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The Tzu Chi Quarterly welcomes contributions of personal experiences or reports of Tzu Chi activities. We also welcome letters to the editor containing personal comments or opinions on matters of interest in the Tzu Chi world. We reserve the right to edit the letters for purposes of space, time or clarity. Letters should include the writer's name, address and home telephone. Please mail letters to : No. 35, Alley 7, Lane 217, Chung Hsiao E. Rd, Sec. 3, Taipei, Taiwan. Telephone : 886-2-27760111 ext 2312 Fax : 886-2-27760514 E-mail : kp_liu@tzuchi.org.tw

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  • SKY ON FIRE
    From "Yellow Rivers" to dingy
    classrooms, life is extremely
    difficult for refugees in Azerbaijan.

  • LET'S CHERISH TIME
    Master Cheng Yen remembers a
    happy volunteer who showed the
    importance of using every
    moment in this impermant life.

  • ENFORCING THE LAW
    WITH LOVE

    Law enforcement officials share
    their thoughts on how to
    administer justice with
    compassion.

  • GO, MR.POLICEMAN!
    An injured police officer in
    Malaysia overcomes the
    challenges in his life.

  • SIKA
    A cancer patient feels that it is
    more important for her to do good
    for others.

  • THE ROAD OF LIFE
    Like pulling a handcart, you must
    always go forward in life, or else
    you will fall back.

  • I'M SORRY, PAPA
    From her father and a prison
    inmate, a Tzu Chi member learns
    the bliss of spreading great love.

  • THE VETERAN
    VOLUNTEER

    Devoting himself entirely to
    volunteer work at Tzu Chi
    Hospital, an old soldier finds his
    liver cancer miraculously cured.

  • THE SCARF
    Master Te Tzu discovers the
    warmth of love.

  • THE COMPASSIONATE
    LITTLE MONKEY

    All living creatures have unselfish
    compassion and love in their
    hearts.

  • EVENTS IN THE TZU CHI
    WORLD

    Tzu Chi briefs from around the
    world.