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Asian Tsunami

10 Years on, What the Tsunami Taught Me

BRAC | Posted 12.26.2014 | Impact
BRAC

10 years on, let's take a moment to remember lives lost, and fundamentally changed in an instant. And let's pause to reflect and wonder at the resilience and hope within all of us. Today, almost anywhere on Sri Lanka's coastline, you would hardly know the magnitude of horrors endured there.

The Impossible: A Psychologist's Advice Viewing the Film About the Asian Tsunami

Judy Kuriansky, Ph.D. | Posted 03.12.2013 | Healthy Living
Judy Kuriansky, Ph.D.

When you're viewing a tragic story so close to reality, here's my advice for appreciating, yet also coping with, a movie about it.

Award-Winning Director Joshua Seftel Tells Dr. Dana Braner's Amazing 'Journey' of HOPE

John P. Howe, III, M.D. | Posted 07.16.2012 | Impact
John P. Howe, III, M.D.

HOPE on Film is a series of short films that follow the lifesaving work of Project HOPE volunteers around the world.

The Life Out Loud: Alison Thompson, an Angel in Action

MeiMei Fox | Posted 09.12.2011 | Impact
MeiMei Fox

Ten years ago on September 11, most New Yorkers fled lower Manhattan in horror as the first World Trade Center tower collapsed in a paroxysm of glass, metal and fire. Not Alison Thompson.

Finding Meaning In Inescapable Suffering: From Aceh To Haiti

Alex Pattakos | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Alex Pattakos

Although it may be difficult to comprehend, such suffering also provides us with an opportunity to find meaning in the situation, even if it sometimes must come long after the event we are forced to endure.

Asian Tsunami Of 2004 Remembered: Monks, Tourists, Villagers Pay Tribute To 230,000 Killed

AP | DAVID LONGSTREATH and JOCELYN GECKER | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

PHUKET, Thailand — Buddhist monks in orange robes chanted on a Thai beach, an Indonesian mother mourned her children at a mass grave, and a man ...

The World's Worst: Five Years after the Asian Tsunami

Richard Walden | Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact
Richard Walden

The charities' performances ran from reasonably effective in localized areas to downright scandalous in their opportunism to raise money around the tsunami.