One of Malawian women used her frail hands to wash poisoned seed to eat. On seeing that, Master Hui Li shouted down the woman and said:” those are poisoned”. The woman sigh out, “I know those seeds are poisoned. But what if I don’t have them, I’d be hungry to death.” Master Hui Li was shocked by her words and walked with this woman to village full of skin and bones aged people and orphans. This encounter brings Master Hui Li vows to establish orphanages all over the Africa to take care of thousands upon thousands children suffering from hunger, poverty and disease.
Master Hui Li from Taiwan has practiced Buddhism in Africa for 20 years. In the true spirit of Buddhism, “ Compassion between all human beings”, Master Hui Li takes great steps to bring love and care to the orphans by providing them with warm homes and education. This benevolent deed has gained a lot of support and praise by a number of African leaders and First Ladies. Furthermore, he has been awarded the “Loving of Life” medal by the Chou Ta-Kuan Foundation of Taiwan. Some of whom refer to him as the Buddhist Albert Schweitzer in praise of his significance and contributions thus far.