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
52
1993.12
USA
Contribution to sponsoring fund to mass media (Portland and Los Angeles)
US $7,000.00
7,000.00
30, 31
53
1994.01
Âu Lạc
Contribution to help extend construction of school
US $1,000.00
1,000.00
33
54
1994.01
Âu Lạc
Contribution to monastic persons
US $200.00
200.00
33
55
1994.01
Belgium
Contribution to relief flood disaster
US $19,050.00
19,050.00
31, 32, 33
56
1994.01
France
Contribution to relief flood disaster
US $32,900.00
32,900.00
31, 32
57
1994.01
Malaysia
Contribution to relief flood disaster
US $19,098.00
19,098.00
31
58
1994.01
Netherlands
Contribution to relief flood disaster
US $12,704.00
12,704.00
31, 32
59
1994.01
Thailand
Contribution to relief disaster in northern Thailand
US $97,938.00
97,938.00
31
60
1994.01
USA
Contribution for promoting Chinese Culture in USA
US $10,000.00
10,000.00
31
61
1994.01
USA
Contribution to medical research for cancer and AIDS
US $100,000.00
100,000.00
31
62
1994.01
USA
Contribution to the social needs of Hawaii
US $45,000.00
45,000.00
31
63
1994.01
USA
Relief to victims of California earthquake
Five truck-load of relief materials distributed to 1000 victims
 
31, 32
64
1994.01-02
Formosa
Contribution to poor families and the homeless people
US $6,531.00
6,531.00
32, 33
65
1994.01-03
Philippines
Contribution to Aulacese refugees in Palawan
US $5,908.00
5,908.00
33
66
1994.02
Formosa
Contribution to Pingtung City for protection of environment
US $84,615.00
84,615.00
33
67
1994.02
France
Contribution to Ass Bouddhique Khanh Anh (for refugees S.O.S. program)
US $20,000.00
20,000.00
33
68
1994.02
Thailand
Contribution to the Aulacese refugees in the Thai camps
US $395.00
395.00
33
69
1994.02
USA
Contribution to Illinois State Government for flood relief
US $100,000.00
100,000.00
33
70
1994.03
Philippines
Helping poor families
US $1,000.00
1,000.00
33
71
1994.03
USA
Contribution to Missouri State Government for flood relief
US $100,000.00
100,000.00
33
72
1994.03
USA
Contribution to Iowa State Government for flood relief
US $100,000.00
100,000.00
33
73
1994.03
USA
Contribution to Minnesota State Government for flood relief
US $50,000.00
50,000.00
32
74
1994.03
USA
Contribution to Kansas State government for flood relief
US $50,000.00
50,000.00
32
75
1994.03
USA
Visiting Los Angeles Veterans Hospital
Entertainment and several hundred gift bags
 
33
76
1994.03
USA
Contribution to Wisconsin State government for flood relief
US $50,000.00
50.00
32
80
1994.06
Rwanda
Helping war refugees
US $80,000.00
80,000.00
37
81
1994.06
Thailand
Helping the destitute
THB $2,000,000.00
79,554.50
36
82
1994.07
Âu Lạc
Contribution to IAVO for the destitute
US $10,000.00
10,000.00
38
84
1994.08
Cambodia
Relief efforts rendered to flood victims
US $30,000.00
30,000.00
38, 39
86
1994.10
Cambodia
Providing fertilizer for agriculture production
US $20,000.00
20,000.00
40
87
1994.10
USA
Providing blankets to flood victims in Houston
Blankets
 
41
88
1994.11
Canada
Contributing food and clothes to needy people in Toronto
Food and clothes
 
41
89
1994.11
Formosa
Visiting Tainan elderly homes and Veterans Hospital
Snacks
 
40
90
1994.11
Germany
Visiting a Munich hospital
 
40
91
1994.11
Singapore
Providing help to homeless people
Food, gifts, and spiritual books
 
40
92
1994.11
Thailand
Contribution to needy students
THB $200,000.00
7,999.36
41
93
1994.11
USA
Visiting Florida elderly homes
 
40
94
1994.11
USA
Helping the family of a deceased Aulacese refugee
Monitory contribution
 
41
95
1994.12
Australia
Visiting Sydney elderly homes
Flowers and spiritual books
 
41
96
1994.12
Âu Lạc
Contribution of cash by Canadian initiates to flood victims in Âu Lạc
Cash
 
41
97
1994.12
Canada
Providing food to an Ottawa homeless shelter
Food
 
42
98
1994.12
South Korea
Visiting Pusan Hospital
Volunteer work and spiritual books
 
41
99
1994.12
USA
Contribution to relieve flood victims in California
NT $540,256.00
20,603.90
43
100
1994.12
USA
Providing help to homeless people in Los Angeles area
Blankets, clothing, food and tents
 
43
101
1994.12
USA
Providing help to veterans and homeless people in San Francisco area
Hot food
 
42
102
1994.12
USA
Providing help to homeless people in Dallas area
Food, necessities and blankets
 
42
103
1994.12
USA
Visiting inmates in a Florida prison
Several hundred gift packs with candies, snacks and spiritual books
 
42
104
1994.12-1995.02
Cambodia
Providing 6,000 tons of rice to relieve the Cambodian drought victims
NT $42,815,554.00
1,632,873.00
41, 42, 43, 44, 45
105
1994.12-1995.02
Formosa
Contribution to destitute families in Formosa
NT $3,579,200.00
136,501.00
40, 41, 42, 43, 44
107
1995.01
Japan
Contribution to relieve earthquake victims in Kobe and Osaka
NT $3,282,910.00
124,709.00
43, 46

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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 “Âu Lạc” and Taiwan as “Formosa.” Âu Lạc 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