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Nov 22nd
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Breakfast distributed in the cold, warms the heart of street workers

At 7am every morning, there are always groups of three to five Chinese people, about 40 or 50 years old, standing in the corner of Prince St. in Flushing, New York. They wait there hoping the construction workers and contractors can come and drive them to work. Sometimes their dreams come true and they get work opportunities, but sometimes they are not so lucky.Read more...
 

Heavenly Voice that Transcends Love

On this year’s International Women’s Day, a flurry of volunteers dressed in the ... Read more...

Tidbits behind the Year End Blessing Ceremony (New York)

Even after two or three days of the Candlelight ceremony, Tzu Chi members contin... Read more...

The New Year Blessing Ceremony at Boston Service Center (Boston)

    After months of planning and one month of intense rehear... Read more...

New Year Blessing Ceremony in Tzu Chi Academy, New York

The Chinese Lunar New Year had passed, but the air of festivity was still around... Read more...

Volunteers celebrated the Lunar New Year with residents at the Union Plaza Nursing Home

 Although New Yorkers of Chinese descent live in the United States, the Lun... Read more...

New York Year-end Blessing Ceremony

Tzu Chi New York regional office has held two heart-warming year-end Blessing Ce... Read more...

Tzu Chi New York branch hosts winter clothes distribution

      In December 2011, snow had not yet arrived at the New York ... Read more...

Tzu Chi invited on inter-religious journey in New York City

Every October and November, religious groups in New York take part in an event t... Read more...

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Da Ai Headlines- Hurricane Sandy

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Jing-Si Aphorism