Da Ai Headlines

Da Ai Headlines is a 24-minute English news program reporting on Tzu Chi volunteers carrying out Tzu Chi's missions of charity, medicine, education, and culture around the world. Watch the program to see how Tzu Chi volunteers reach out to those in need without asking anything in return, and how those who are helped pay love forward by helping others worse off than them. The program also reports feature stories on science and technology, climate change, environmental protection, and other issues of global concern.

Water: The Source of Life

Water is the source of all life. However, more than 1.2 billion people in the world lack access to clean drinking water. To help viewers understand the water crisis facing people in many parts of the globe, Da Ai News sent reporters to several countries and produced a series of in-depth reports, Water: The Source of Life. With 22 short videos, the series hopes to convey a message to everyone – cherishing every drop of water is the responsibility of all.

Da Ai Headlines

Da Ai Headlines is a 24-minute English news program reporting on Tzu Chi volunteers carrying out Tzu Chi's missions of charity, medicine, education, and culture around the world. Watch the program to see how Tzu Chi volunteers reach out to those in need without asking anything in return, and how those who are helped pay love forward by helping others worse off than them. The program also reports feature stories on science and technology, climate change, environmental protection, and other issues of global concern.

Water: The Source of Life

Water is the source of all life. However, more than 1.2 billion people in the world lack access to clean drinking water. To help viewers understand the water crisis facing people in many parts of the globe, Da Ai News sent reporters to several countries and produced a series of in-depth reports, Water: The Source of Life. With 22 short videos, the series hopes to convey a message to everyone – cherishing every drop of water is the responsibility of all.

Da Ai Headlines

Water: The Source of Life

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With climate change, the distinction between seasons has become less and less obvious and water resources more and more limited.

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The long-term drought in Kenya has turned 56 percent of its land into desert and forced many people to move to other countries.

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Every 90 seconds, a child's life slips away due to water-related issues. In Kenya, children spend an average of eight hours a day fetching water.

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In a village in Kenya, 90 percent of the residents have been affected by sand flea disease, a condition that becomes out of control due to lack of water.

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Kibera in Nairobi, Kenya is one of the largest slums in the world. As most of the 1.2 million residents there are undocumented, they have no access to water.

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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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The latest reservoir of Taiwan was built in 2016. Whether or not to build a reservoir is always a much debated topic. What are the pros and cons of building a reservoir?

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What is an underground reservoir? What conditions does it require to develop an underground reservoir?

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A look at how Japan manages one of the cleanest and healthiest reservoirs in the world, the Kawachi Reservoir.
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The construction of Yamba Dam in Japan was delayed for 50 years because of vigorous protests from locals.
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Due to the unfavorable climate and limited land, Hong Kong had built many reservoirs to manage its water resources.
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Every year, Hong Kong spends millions of U.S. dollars to purchase water from China to meet its high water demand.

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