Love Beyond Boundaries

Love Beyond Boundaries tells the stories of Tzu Chi's aid recipients in China and how their lives have been transformed after they crossed paths with Tzu Chi volunteers. The program also features in-depth reports on the aid projects that Tzu Chi carried out in China, such as building houses or schools in impoverished areas or places hit by disasters.

Care in Action

Tzu Chi is one of the largest charity organizations in Taiwan with volunteers all across the island helping people in need. By sharing these beautiful stories with the audience, Care in Action hopes to inspire more charity groups and kindhearted people to join Tzu Chi's effort in caring for more disadvantaged members of society who may not qualify for social benefits and resources.

Tzu Chi in Retrospect

Tzu Chi in Retrospect takes the audience to journey back in time along the path that Tzu Chi has taken for more than 50 years since its establishment in 1966. By inviting senior Tzu Chi members to recount heartwarming stories of people and events in Tzu Chi's history, the program allows the audience to not only relive those precious memories, but also gain a better understanding of Tzu Chi's work and the meaning behind it.

Da Ai Journal

Documenting inspiring stories of people and events around the world, Da Ai Journal brings home the innate beauty and goodness of human nature that many people have lost sight of for the wealth, fame and social status they are busy pursuing in life. Through these stories, the program hopes to remind the audience of the true value and meaning of life and what they can do to benefit others and the world.

Love Beyond Boundaries

Care in Action

The Masseur's Tender Love
He Xiang-hong lost his job after nearly going blind due to overwork. Fortunately, with Tzu Chi volunteers' care and support, he became a masseur and even joins them to care for people in need.
More Than a Basketball Class
Cheng Yi-ling and Lin Rui-he set up a basketball team for children to enjoy while also caring for youths from disadvantaged families. Although the team was once suspended, it's been recruiting members again.
Through the Mist
Unable to cope with his son's abrupt mental illness, Huang Jun-yuan started drinking heavily. However, under the care and guidance of Tzu Chi volunteers, he quit his bad habits and has gained joy and strength through giving.
Standing by You
Since her husband was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in his late 40s, Gao Saihong has been providing him with around-the-clock care. Despite the hardships, she never complains and tends to his every need.
A Pillar for You

Qiu-e from Indonesia has to care for her two sons with mental disorders after her stroke-stricken husband was sent to a nursing home. Fortunately, a group of volunteers has been bringing them care and support over the years.

The Grandma and Grandson
At 75, Liang Xie Wei took on the responsibility of raising her newborn grandson. Now, at 87, she finds herself less and less able to cater to his living needs. What should be the next step for them?
Friendship Beyond Age
While most young people opt to pursue opportunities in big cities, pharmacist Zhang Jin-ming chose to return to his hometown in a rural area to serve the local elderly residents. What led him to make such a choice?
Goodbye, Uncle

Living alone, Shen Yushan is almost 100 years old. His only wish is to return to his hometown in China. Would his wish come true?

Tzu Chi in Retrospect

Tzu Chi's First Large-scale Charity Events

In two and a half months in 1991, Tzu Chi held a series of charity events to solicit funds for a medical research center in eastern Taiwan. What were the features and the significance of these events?

Oversea Tzu Chi Collegiate Volunteers Ove

Decades after the founding of the Tzu Chi Collegiate Association, there are now Tzu Chi collegiate volunteers in many parts of the world. Over time, they've lived up to Dharma Master Cheng Yen's expectations by promoting Tzu Chi's missions in their countries of residence.

Tzu Chi Collegiate Association Tzu Chi Col

On May 31, 1992, the Tzu Chi Collegiate Association was founded in Taipei, with over 170 students from over 40 schools involved. Why was the association established, and what were Dharma Master Cheng Yen's expectations for its members?

The Silent Mentor Program The Silent Men

What are the features of the silent mentor program at Tzu Chi's medical school, and what have the students learned from it?

Jing Si Aphorisms on Campus Jing Si

Since Tzu Chi Teachers' Association was set up in 1992, a group of teachers from around Taiwan has been finding ways to integrate Jing Si Aphorisms into their teaching, bringing unprecedented creativity into the educational system.

Saving Lives with Love

Around a year after the inauguration of Hualien Tzu Chi Hospital, a 14-year-old boy, severely injured by a pile of rocks, was brought there for treatment. Given the limited medical resources in eastern Taiwan at that time, how did the medical team manage to save the boy?

Building Water Cisterns in Gansu

Due to prolonged drought in Gansu, China, the locals often had to walk miles a day just to fetch water. To tackle the problem, in 18 years, Tzu Chi built 190,600 water cisterns in six counties, benefiting over 100,000 people.

Love in Turkey (Part 1) Love in

In August 1999, when a major earthquake struck Turkey and caused great casualties, Tzu Chi volunteers who happened to conduct relief in nearby Kosovo immediately set off to provide aid, giving out 3,000 mattresses and 6,000 blankets to those affected.

Da Ai Journal

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