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2000 Send Love to Reitaku University, Medical Excellence JAPAN, Japan Children Cancer Foundation in Kyoto, and Fo Guang Shan Tokyo Temple
2000 Send Love to Reitaku University, Medical Excellence JAPAN, Japan Children Cancer Foundation in Kyoto, and Fo Guang Shan Tokyo Temple
Date: October 4-11, 2000
        Invited by President Hiroshichi of Reitaku University and Master Chuangtze of Fo Guang Shan Tokyo Temple, a 10-member public welfare visiting mission, led by Chou Chin-Hua (Founder of Chou Ta-Kuan Foundation), kicked off the visit to Reitaku University on October 5. Also, the base for Chou Ta-Kuan Foundation to promote the ideal in Japan was established, and the ideal was also brought to Japan or even to the globe which emphasized “on good terms with yourself -- love your life, on good terms with others -- respect others’ life, and on good terms with the Earth -- defend the life on Earth”.
        Chou Chin-Hua presented Chou Ta-Kuan’s poetry manuscripts, news report of “Chou Ta-Kuan is back”, and Chou Ta-Kuan’s favorite painting by Dr. Chiu Po-An, and “He Huan Mountain” to Reitaku University for special collection. President Hiroshichi of Reitaku University received the gifts Chou Ta-Kuan’s I Still Have One Leg, Ta Kuan, Life of Life -- Chou Ta-Kuan, Wishes of Little Stars --Chou Ta-Kuan’s Story, which were well-received by all walks of life in Japan due to the true, good and beautiful contents. Following Hirotada Ototake’s No One’s Perfect, Chou Ta-Kuan’s works sent the love for life to each corner of Japan, and encouraged to the Japanese young generation to re-entertain the hope for life.
        Subsequently, Chou Shang-Guan used Saxophone to perform such songs as “The Essence of Love”, “Long Long Ago” and “Do You Feel the Love”. Chou Ta-Kuan Foundation for the first time played the role of an international matchmaker, and prompted the Reitaku University of Japan and Nanhua University of Taiwan to become sister schools. Finally, Chou Chin-Hua and Sophia Chao (Vice President & Executive CEO) held dialogs about life with the teachers and students from Reitaku University based on two topics “Infinite Life -- Stories of Chou Ta-Kuan” and “What Life Should Exactly Have -- My Near-death Experience and Life Dignity of Chou Ta-Kuan”.
        The visiting mission paid a visit to Medical Excellence JAPAN and Japan Children Cancer Foundation in Kyoto from October 6 to 7. At 2:00 p.m. on October 8, they held “Public Service Activity: Play the Song of Hope -- Donate Second-hand Instruments to Disaster Areas and Remote Schools” & “First Lesson of Life Dialog in the Millennium -- Surmount Life Obstacles -- Stay at Home, Become a Monk and Return Home” in the Fo Guang Shan Tokyo Temple.