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Queensland Flood

Tzu Chi Delivers Aid to 280 Australian Flood Survivors

On January 22, 100 volunteers carried a large-scale distribution of medical goods and daily necessities to 282 people in the northeast Australian city of Brisbane, which has been hit by the worst flooding to hit the country in 50 years. They plan to carry out a second large-scale distribution in the city next week.Full story
 

Letters from Master Cheng Yen

Dear Friends in Australia:

La Niña has been causing abnormal weather patterns in the world. Starting in end of December 2010, heavy rainfall and subsequent flooding devastated Queensland. We can see that streets in the city center have become like rivers. The situation is even more severe in low-lying areas, where over 2 million people have evacuated from their homes.

It is truly heartbreaking to see damages and casualties continue to rise due to persisting torrential rain and floods. Our hearts are with you - we can feel your pain.Full story
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" Never lose courage. Never lose faith. Nothing in this world is impossible when you are determined. "
Jing-Si Aphorism