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  • EDITORIAL
    At its 32nd anniversary, Tzu Chi
    reflects on how its mission has
    changed with the times.

  • BAMIYAN
    In cooperation with
    Knightsbridge International, Tzu
    Chi begins a new mission of
    mercy in Afghanistan.

  • WARMING UP THE
    WINTER

    Volunteers describe their
    experiences during disaster relief
    missions in mainland China.

  • LI MEI-SHU
    Jo Chen dexcribes the life and
    contributions of the forerunner of
    modern Taiwanese art.

  • WISDOM AND
    COMPASSION

    In the cultural show of the
    century, Taiwanese experienced
    the shining light of Tibetan
    religious art.

  • HUMANIZING
    BUDDHISM

    In a speech to Tzu Chi members
    from all over the world, Master
    Cheng Yen reminds us how to
    leave suffering and reach
    harmony.

  • TWO BUDDHAS
    Lin Sen-shou tells us about two
    buddhas who are often seen
    together with Sakyamuni Buddha.

  • THE SACRED MISSION
    When people seek help from a
    doctor, they put their lives in his
    hands.

  • SKILLS AND MANNERS
    A doctor must be good in both
    professional knowledge and
    medical manners.

  • FIGHTING AGAINST
    FEAR

    The best way to cure leukemia is
    to overcome one's fear of the
    disease and begin early treatment.