Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation recently shared that Tzu Chi volunteers and local volunteers conducted a care mission to Chigoujiu village in Malawi.
Pope Francis was unable to attend the event which acted as a continuation of decades of friendship-building between Catholics and Buddhists
Dr. Laurence Musgrove is an English professor and accomplished poet and writer who will look into Taiwan’s Humanistic Buddhism
Engaged Buddhism: Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation Says 386 Wells Built in Drought-Stricken Areas of Zimbabwe in 10 Years
Taiwan-headquartered Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation has announced the construction of 368 wells in drought-stricken areas across Zimbabwe in the past 10 years.
A delegation of more than 100 monastics from Taiwan’s United Association of Humanistic Buddhism recently met with Pope Francis at the Vatican.
Tens of Thousands mourners gathered in Kaohsiung last week for the funeral of the influential Buddhist monk and teacher Venerable Hsing Yun.
Program offers participants from around the world the opportunity to live and learn in a Buddhist monastery in Taiwan
The influential Buddhist monk Venerable Hsing Yun, the founding patriarch of the Fo Guang Shan Buddhist order has died in Taiwan.
Engaged Buddhism: Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation Marks 25 Years of Poverty Relief and Refugee Aid in Jordan
The Taiwanese humanitarian organization Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation has marked 25 years of providing poverty relief and aid for refugees in Jordan.
The BBC has named the influential philanthropist Dharma Master Cheng Yen as one of the world’s 100 most inspiring and influential women of 2022.
Engaged Buddhism: Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation Shares Compassion with 3,000 Ukrainian Refugees in Poland
Continuing its response to the ongoing refugee crisis caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Taiwan-headquartered charity and humanitarian organization Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation recently
Engaged Buddhism: Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation Broadens NGO Partnerships to Aid Refugees from Ukraine
Seeking to bolster its response to the refugee crisis caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Taiwan-headquartered charity and humanitarian organization Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation