The guest editor's point of view.
Professionalism is a dimension of integrity and necessary for expatriate English teachers. Witness is an integral aspect of education. Neither should be neglected.
Visa-Free Travel to China is Now a Piece of Cake (February 9, 2019, China Law Blog) Do you need to make a quick trip to China? You may not need a visa, as more cities and provinces are eligible for 6-day visa-free travel.
(February 3, 2019, South China Morning Post) A harrowing, 14-year journey preserved one of humanity’s most important artistic legacies. When bloody civil war engulfed China, both nationalists and communists claimed the treasure as their own.
Kevin and Julia Garratt on their experience as detainees in China (January 29, 2019, BBC) Amid an escalating feud between Canada and China and allegations of retaliatory detentions, the pair tells the BBC about what it was like - and how they ever made it home.
Is your outreach to internationals causing students to get lost in the gap as they return to their home? Consider how to serve them better through partnership.
In that providential moment God spoke to me and my husband; we knew we had our answer. He was calling us to adopt a child with HIV.
What influence does technology have on us, our lives, and the church in China? Our attitudes toward technology may hold the answer.
As Chinese Christians flock home for the New Year, Pastor Cheng Fengsheng encourages them to bring the most important gift of all.
Like many others who have heard about Chinese adoption, we thought the orphanages would be teeming with unwanted baby girls.
China’s new tax law and how it may affect foreigners working in China.
The story of one church caring for those who had to leave China unexpectedly.
I had left a village corrupted by crime, and returned to a village transformed by Christ.
Christian intellectuals, especially those in ministry or missions, will find the book very useful in understanding issues of poverty and alienation in China. Indeed, any concerned Christian will be moved by the stories and descriptions of the plight of the migrant workers.
With compromised computers and uncertainty as to which forms of communication were still OK to use, organizations struggled to be in regular contact with their workers and acknowledged that some of their people felt left out and lonely when they needed their organization's presence and support.
Unified with the historic Christ who humbled himself, the church should be humble and suffering in this generation, bearing witness for the gospel. Only such a path is the true path of the cross of the Chinese church.
"I hadn’t planned on teaching. Although I love English and had even majored in English literature at university, I didn’t like public speaking."