Let's Go Learning

What is it like to be a street performer? Why can't odor testers wear any make-up when they are at work? How long does it take for a cake decorator to pipe a buttercream flower? In Let's Go Learning, children follow a professional in a field and experience their work as they learn the ropes of the trade and understand what it takes to become an expert at the job.

The Power of Children

The Power of Children tells the stories of children who may suffer from physical impairments but have never let their debilitating conditions get in the way of their creativity. With admirable traits such as keen observation, unique insight, and strong willpower, these children go beyond the obstacles facing them to bring their potential into full play.

The Joys of Virtues

Nominated for several awards both at home and abroad, The Joys of Virtues is a 24-minute program that includes a contemporary sitcom and a traditional puppet show. With humorous dialogue and funny plot lines, the sitcoms share with children Dharma Master Cheng Yen's Jing Si Aphorisms that echo with the teachings of Confucius outlined in the puppet show.

Let's Go Learning

What is it like to be a street performer? Why can't odor testers wear any make-up when they are at work? How long does it take for a cake decorator to pipe a buttercream flower? In Let's Go Learning, children follow a professional in a field and experience their work as they learn the ropes of the trade and understand what it takes to become an expert at the job.

The Power of Children

The Power of Children tells the stories of children who may suffer from physical impairments but have never let their debilitating conditions get in the way of their creativity. With admirable traits such as keen observation, unique insight, and strong willpower, these children go beyond the obstacles facing them to bring their potential into full play.

The Joys of Virtues

Nominated for several awards both at home and abroad, The Joys of Virtues is a 24-minute program that includes a contemporary sitcom and a traditional puppet show. With humorous dialogue and funny plot lines, the sitcoms share with children Dharma Master Cheng Yen's Jing Si Aphorisms that echo with the teachings of Confucius outlined in the puppet show.

Let's Go Learning

The Power of Children

The Joys of Virtues