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Bringing Comfort to People under Quarantine

The Ebola virus is a pressing health concern of the 21st Century. In late September 2014, the first case of Ebola virus in the United States was confirmed in Texas, and subsequently nearly 80 people were placed under mandatory quarantine. Relatives, friends, medical personnel, and children who had direct contact with the Ebola patient all had to be isolated for twenty-one days.Read more...
 

Experiencing Great Love

I first met Michael Okoronkwo in June of 2014 when we both attended Summer Schol... Read more...

Great Love Kindergarten Loves the Earth on Earth Day

If you ask the children of the Tzu Chi Great Love Preschool & Kindergarten i... Read more...

Like Presents From Santa, School Uniforms Sow Seeds of Loving Kindness

About 98% of the students at Henry B. Gonzalez Elementary School in Texas come f... Read more...

Dallas Tzu Chi volunteers joyously welcome new year

Chinese New Year is a time to once again get together with the Tzu Chi family to... Read more...

Tzu Chi Arlington volunteers promote the “Jing Si Aphorisms in Every Hotel Nightstand” project

On September 25, six Tzu Chi Arlington Service Center volunteers excitedly kicke... Read more...

Jing Si Aphorisms on Every Nightstand; Tzu Chi Central Region Volunteers’ First Experience

Tzu Chi volunteer Brian Yang wastes no time. He visited various Tzu Chi branch o... Read more...

Tarrant County, Texas: Back to School Roundup 2013

Tarrant County is located in North Texas. It has twenty Independent School Distr... Read more...

School uniforms for thirty thousand students

August 1, 2013 was the Seventeenth Annual Dallas Mayor's Back to School Fair. Th... Read more...
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" Be clear and complete when you talk and listen. Do not pick one sentence here, and one sentence there; or you may by accident intensely hurt someone. "
Jing-Si Aphorism

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