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  • EDITORIAL
    With Tzu Chi TV, a new chapter of
    the Tzu Chi cultural mission has
    been created.

  • IT'S HERE
    Tzu Chi TV was kicked off on New
    Year's Day with a blockbuster
    celebration in Taipei and the whole
    world.

  • A GOD'S REQUEST:
    TSUSHIH TEMPLE

    Through the perseverance of a
    devoted artist, this temple has
    become a sanctuary of traditional
    Asian sculpture.

  • LETTING OUT GRIEF
    At a tragic plane crash, Tzu Chi
    people were thefirst to arrive to
    console grieving families.

  • TAIWANESE
    ABORIGINES

    In a series of sidebars in this issue
    of the Quarterly, we introduce
    Taiwan's original inhabitants.

  • YEN SHUI-LUNG
    Jo Chen tells about the forerunner
    of modern Taiwanese art.

  • PURNA AND UPALI
    In a continuing series, Lin
    Sen-shou describes the lives of
    two of buddha's disciples.

  • NINE KNOTS
    Master Cheng Yen talks about how
    to untie the knots in the heart
    which cause the suffering of life.

  • THE WORLD OF THE
    VISUALLY IMPAIRED

    Four stories show that the blind
    can see with their hearts.

  • ZEMVELO
    The first Tzu Chi elementary school
    in South Africa is inaugurated.

  • A SUCCESSFUL LIFE
    At a symposium for youth, three
    speakers share their successful lives.