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Brassall State School Reopening Ceremony

Brassall State School Reopening Ceremony

Six months after the January Flood, Tzu Chi volunteers still continued with their help and care at the Brassall Primary School which was severely affected. With $3.2 million from the Federal Government for its rebuilding, the project was finally completed. To commemorate that occasion, there was to be a re-opening ceremony attended by the Prime Minister Julia Gillard. Its principal extended the invitation to us.Full story


Influence Of Jing Si Aphorisms At The Brassall State School

On 23rd May 2011, 15 volunteers from Gold Coast visited the Brassall State School in Ipswich. It was an early winter morning and quite misty on the motorway. Upon arrival, they proceeded with cleaning the schoolyards. Full story

The First Day at School After the Flood

Brassall School was reopened on 24 January 2011, soon after the Queensland flood. Fifteen Tzu Chi volunteers from the Gold Coast area arrived at the school early that morning and split themselves into two groups.Full story

Volunteers in 39 Countries Raise Funds for Japan

Tzu Chi volunteers in 39 countries, including some of the poorest in the world, are raising funds for the victims of the devastating earthquake and tsunami which struck Japan on March 11. They are donating money and helping people to express their good nature.Full story

Hualien Elementary School Prays and Donates for Japan

The 85 students of a small elementary school in Hualien, east Taiwan are doing all they can to help the victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, through prayer and donations. They transform their love into action by donating pocket money for the relief effort.Full story
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