As countries around the world start to realize the importance of food self-sufficiency amid the COVID-19 pandemic, here's a look at how Taiwan manages water resources to grow food for its people.
RHYTHMS MONTHLY
After retirement, Chen Xiu-hua still leads an active life and is always full of smiles. What is her secret to staying upbeat and healthy?
GUARDIANS OF THE LAND
Turning to monastic life at 18, how did Dharma Master Zhi Zhe eventually establish the first indigenous Buddhist school in China?
GREAT DHARMA MASTERS IN HISTORY
After polio left her unable to walk at the age of two, Liu Li-hong had low self-esteem and always shied away from others. Years later, after meeting other people with disabilities, she gradually opened up and her life also started to change.
DREAM STAGE
In 1967, one year after Tzu Chi was founded, Dharma Master Cheng Yen decided to build a house for a poor elderly man who lived all by himself, making it the first permanent house Tzu Chi built for the less fortunate.
TZU CHI IN RETROSPECT

As countries around the world start to realize the importance of food self-sufficiency amid the COVID-19 pandemic, here's a look at how Taiwan manages water resources to grow food for its people.
RHYTHMS MONTHLY

After retirement, Chen Xiu-hua still leads an active life and is always full of smiles. What is her secret to staying upbeat and healthy?
GUARDIANS OF THE LAND
Turning to monastic life at 18, how did Dharma Master Zhi Zhe eventually establish the first indigenous Buddhist school in China?
GREAT DHARMA MASTERS IN HISTORY

After polio left her unable to walk at the age of two, Liu Li-hong had low self-esteem and always shied away from others. Years later, after meeting other people with disabilities, she gradually opened up and her life also started to change.
DREAM STAGE

In 1967, one year after Tzu Chi was founded, Dharma Master Cheng Yen decided to build a house for a poor elderly man who lived all by himself, making it the first permanent house Tzu Chi built for the less fortunate.
TZU CHI IN RETROSPECT

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Water

Taiwan has 95 reservoirs around the island, but 22 of them are facing the problem of heavy sedimentation, which severely affects their capacity to store water.

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COVID-19

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Recycling

Every year, eight billion paper containers are used in Taiwan, and about 65 percent of that number get recycled. How do we utilize such a large amount of waste and make them into useful products?

COVID-19

COVID-19

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Tzu Chi's COVID-19 Relief

Tzu Chi's COVID-19 Relief

Gloves

Medical Suits

Face Shields

Surgical Masks

Cloth Masks

Tea Tree Alcohol

Care Packages

Foldable Beds

Vegetarian Meals

(Updated August 6, 2020)
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Email: 005741@tzuchi.org.tw