How Rich Chinese Parents Get Their Kids Into U.S. Colleges (March 20, 2019, Foreign Policy) Tutoring is common in American families as well, but the wealth and determination of many Chinese families can take this approach to a new level.Keep Reading
From the ChinaSource president.
Our readers are given a look back at the origins of the ChinaSource Quarterly, its development over the years, and the process used to keep it on the cutting-edge of current happenings in China.
How Rich Chinese Parents Get Their Kids Into U.S. Colleges (March 20, 2019, Foreign Policy) Tutoring is common in American families as well, but the wealth and determination of many Chinese families can take this approach to a new level.
Where Will Your Plastic Trash Go Now That China Doesn't Want It? (March 13, 2019, NPR) What should wealthy countries do with their plastic waste now that China no longer is buying it?
Prepare to Drool: Chinese Food Documentary “Flavorful Origins” Hits Netflix (February 28, 2019, Radii China) The 20-episode culinary documentary series highlights the regional cuisine of Chaoshan in southeastern Guangdong, China.
As China develops and urbanization accelerates, so does the number of Christians flowing out of the countryside. This has left many rural churches with shrinking numbers and aging congregations.
Being aware of this year's sensitive anniversaries will be helpful in understanding events in China as they unfold.
There are no short cuts to advancing Christ’s kingdom. He will not allow us to bypass kingdom community and relationships in the name of kingdom results.
Having finally gotten into the medical system and now on their way toward treatment, Beth and her family journeyed further into the shame, ignorance, and difficulties hiding those living with HIV in China.
If you enjoy a hot cup of tea and historical fiction, then this book is for you!
Looking further at the core values of ChinaSource and how I experienced them and learned their value.
In the ten years between 1966 and 1976, it was difficult for some believers as well as house churches in certain areas to gather. And so they met in some unusual places—caves, cellers, tunnels, forests, and more.
Our journey toward treatment and care for our daughter took us under China’s HIV veil.
A new resource from ChinaSource for anyone interested in ministry in China or to the Chinese diaspora.
I have especially been drawn to the core values upon which ChinaSource was founded—engage, collaborate, serve.
A Han Chinese writes an open letter to his Uyghur friends in Xinjiang.
As we looked at the waitlist and scrolled among the most minuscule of probabilities, we found our precious hidden gem.