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Wednesday, 21 February, 2018


Facts About China:
 
Natural Disasters
In 1976 an earthquake in Tangshan claimed the lives of around six hundred and fifty thousand people.

An earthquake at Yunnan killed over three hundred people and injured many thousands in February 1996. Less than a year later, a quake measuring 6.2 on the Richter scale left 44,000 people homeless in Zhangbei (150 miles from Beijing), over fifty people dead and many thousands injured.

At the beginning of 2008 China experienced some of the worst snow storms for fifty years.

 

Exchange Students

Not everyone can go, but you can still be a vital part in serving China from where you are. There are thousands of Mainland Chinese Students currently studying aboard. As China undergoes a major social and economic transformation, these academically elite students will be the future of China. With this in mind, Chinese exchange students are possibly one of the most important and strategic unreached people groups and should not be ignored.

Through friendship and hospitality, it is easy to make an impact on a student's life. There are various things that you can do to reach out to these students such as: airport pick-ups of new arrivals, host a party or picnic and invite students, adopt students during the holidays and invite them into your home, take students to church or even your Bible study.

Planting seeds of friendship and love in the life of a Chinese Student will make an impact far greater then you could ever imagine.


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