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Taiwan's Tzu Chi as Engaged Buddhism

Origins, Organization, Appeal and Social Impact

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[This is the first comprehensive study of a new Chinese Buddhist movement, known as Tzu Chi (otherwise, the Buddhist Compassion Merit Society). Based in Taiwan, it was founded in 1966 and is still led by a female Buddhist master – Master Cheng Yen. Its members are laity and its main focus is medical charity and education of the wealthy in an ethical way of life., This is the first comprehensive sociological study of a new Chinese Buddhist movement, known as Tzu Chi (otherwise, the Buddhist Compassion Merit Society). Based in Taiwan, it was founded in 1966 and is still led by a female Buddhist master – Master Cheng Yen. Its members are laity and its main focus is medical charity and education of the wealthy in an ethical way of life.]

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