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The Tzu Chi Foundation (hereinafter referred to as Tzu Chi) was founded in 1966 by Master Cheng Yen in Hualien. The Tzu Chi Foundation is a Buddhist charity foundation and it focuses on humanitarianism with global presence. It upholds the Buddha’s belief of “unconditional compassion and universal sympathy” and gradually develops the “Four endeavors, eight footprints” of charity, medical care, education, humanities, international disaster relief, bone marrow donation, community volunteers, and environmental protection. This project uses the activities of “Banqiao Jing Si Hall” in 2018 as the scope of evaluation and conduct classification and calculation based on the six major aspects: “Poverty Relief and Provide Aid in the Education of Young Students,” “Compassion for Humanity and Disaster Relief,” “Welfare Services and Physical and Mental Health Care,” “Community Care and Putting Localization into Practice,” “Provide Guidance to Volunteers for Cultivation and Empowerment” and “Promotion of Values and Pass on the Philosophy.

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