Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation

Apr 24th
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Environmental Protection

Students from 17 countries sweep away marine litter

International students from 17 countries joined the environmental camp at Tzu Chi University in order to clean and sort litter on Qixingtan Beach for recycling. The students picked up all sorts of trash that the tides had brought from other lands, including medicine bottles, discarded slippers, clothes hangers, and lighters, much of which was from China. Seven-year-old Liu Zhengchang participated in the effort, doing his part to save the earth by not only collecting litter, but also charming many of the visitors in favor of the students' cause. If anything was demonstrated here, it was that everyone can do their part in saving the environment, regardless of age and nationality.Read more...

Picking Up Trash Along A River to Protect Our Planet

On September 21, 2013, Tzu Chi volunteers in Sacramento, California, joined effo... Read more...

Something more than just stepping on bottles

Young Tzu Chi volunteers from various regions of the United States, led by volun... Read more...

Three Easy Steps to Save the Earth

In recent years, the world has seen an increasing frequency of large-scale disas... Read more...

Why collect trash at the lakeside when more exists in the parks?

  The beautiful scenery of Lake Mead is slowly fading, instead being replace... Read more...
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