Year
Country/Region
Type of Event
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No.
Date(s)
Country/Region Receiving Aid
Event
Amount
Equivalent in US Dollars
News # for Reference
1
1989.01-12
Brazil
Contribution to the elderly homes and temples
US $10,984.62
10,984.62
31
2
1989.01-12
Brazil
Contribution to the less fortunate
US $2,884.62
2,884.62
31
3
1989.01-1993.12
Formosa
Helping the destitute households, temples, county governments and community organizations
US $366,282.00
366,282.00
31
4
1989.09-1990.12
China
Contribution to temples
US $17,040.00
17,040.00
31
5
1990-1993
Hong Kong
Contribution to Aulacese refugee camps in Hong Kong
US $288,195.00
288,195.00
31
6
1990.07
Germany
Contribution to Aulacese temples in Germany
US $320,000.00
320,000.00
31
7
1990.10
France
Contribution to the less fortunate
US $500.00
500.00
31
8
1991
Au Lac
Contribution to disaster victims
US $18,552.00
18,552.00
31
9
1991
Au Lac
Contribution to temples
US $8,072.00
8,072.00
31
10
1991
Au Lac
Contribution to the less fortunate
US $9,045.00
9,045.00
31
11
1991
Belgium
Contribution to the less fortunate
US $13,224.00
13,224.00
31
12
1991
Costa Rica
Contribution to assist local agricultural development
US $5,000.00
5,000.00
31
13
1991
Palau
Contributing six computer sets
US $4,092.00
4,092.00
31
14
1991
Philippines
Contribution to La Belle Garments for establishing a factory to provide jobs to handicapped people
US $10,000.00
10,000.00
31
15
1991
Philippines
Contribution to the refugees in the Philippines
US $109,389.00
109,389.00
31
16
1991
Philippines
Contribution to social organizations
US $36,597.00
36,597.00
31
17
1991
Philippines
Contribution to the less fortunate
US $54,515.00
54,515.00
31
18
1991
Thailand
Contribution to Aulacese refugee camps in Thailand
US $43,271.00
43,271.00
31
19
1991.04
Philippines
Building children's playground for Palawan Refugee Camp
Children's playground
 
24
20
1991.06-10
Philippines
Contribution to the Philippines Relief volcanic disaster of Pinatubo
US $734,447.00
734,447.00
14, 15, 16, 17, 31
21
1991.07
China
Contribution to flood victims in central and eastern China
NT $8,613,348.50
331,200.00
15, 31
22
1991.07
Hong Kong
Contribution to Shek Kong Refugee Camp
3,000 mosquito nets
 
15
23
1991.08
Hong Kong
Contribution to Lo Wu Refugee Camp
More than 1,000 boxes of used clothes, sleeping bags and blankets
 
16
24
1991.12
Au Lac
Contribution to Au Lac for flood disaster relief in Long An Province
US $220,500.00
220,500.00
18, 31
25
1991.12
Hong Kong
Providing winter clothes to refugee camps
3 cargo containers of winter clothes
 
18, 19
26
1992
USA
Contribution to the Relief Center for the handicapped
US $3,000.00
3,000.00
31, 38
27
1992
USA
Helping Aulacese refugees in USA
US $5,400.00
5,400.00
31
28
1992-1993
India
Contribution to spiritual practice groups
US $9,000.00
9,000.00
31
29
1992-1993
USA
Contribution to spiritual practice group
US $65,500.00
65,500.00
31
30
1992.04
Canada
Contribution to Aulacese refugees
US $3,545.00
3,545.00
31
31
1992.08
Dominica
Contribution to the less fortunate
US $5,000.00
5,000.00
31
32
1992.09-10
Philippines
Contribution to Social Welfare Dept. for Pinatobu volcanic disaster and flood victims
US $237,400.00
237,400.00
23, 24, 25, 31
33
1992.10
Bahamas
Contribution to the Andrew typhoon disaster relief
US $2,500.00
2,500.00
31
34
1993
India
Contribution to destitute people
US $1,200.00
1,200.00
31
35
1993
USA
Contribution to assistance fund of American music culture
US $3,355.75
3,355.75
31
36
1993.05
Uganda
Contribution to a spiritual practice group in Uganda
US $55,000.00
55,000.00
33
38
1993.07
Austria
Contribution to the less fortunate
US $205.00
205.00
31
39
1993.07
USA
Contribution for relief of floods in the Midwest States
US $47,892.85
47,892.85
29, 30, 31
40
1993.10
Singapore
Contribution to the destitute people
US $3,000.00
3,000.00
31
41
1993.10
USA
Contribution to the Aulacese orphanage in USA
US $1,000.00
1,000.00
30,31
42
1993.10
USA
Contribution to the maintenance fund of the landscape of Hawaii
US $5,000.00
5,000.00
30, 31
43
1993.11
USA
Helping the homeless persons in San Francisco
US $24,628.65
24,628.65
30, 31
44
1993.11
USA
Contribution for relief of fire disaster in Southern California
US $64,148.54
64,148.54
30, 31, 38
45
1993.12
Au Lac
Contribution through the TV social groups of USA for construction of orphanage in Au Lac
US $50,000.00
50,000.00
30, 31
46
1993.12
USA
Helping the homeless in various states
US $12,500.00
12,500.00
31, 32, 33
47
1993.12
USA
Relief efforts rendered to flood victims
US $348.46
348.46
30
48
1993.12
USA
Helping leper patients on Molokai Island in Hawaii
US $40,000.00
40,000.00
31
49
1993.12
USA
Contribution to Friends of Pearl Harbor in Hawaii
US $55,000.00
55,000.00
30, 31
50
1993.12
USA
Contribution to Hawaii Health Department for helping families with mental retarded children
US $60,000.00
60,000.00
31, 34
51
1993.12
USA
Contribution for promotion of world peace and cultural communication
US $65,000.00
65,000.00
31

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As a creator of artistic designs as well as a spiritual teacher, Supreme Master Ching Hai loves all expressions of inner beauty. It is for this reason that She refers to Vietnam as “Au Lac” and Taiwan as “Formosa.” Au Lac is the ancient name of Vietnam and means “happiness.” And the name Formosa, meaning “beautiful,” reflects more completely the beauty of the island and its people. Master feels that using these names brings spiritual elevation and luck to the land and its inhabitants.

Link: Humanitarian Relief Activities by the Supreme Master Ching Hai and Her International Association