Paul Hattaway's Operation China now on CD-ROM for Windows/Mac.
Lessons from History
Cross-cultural workers in China service are increasingly aware of the strategic importance of reaching China’s urban intellectuals. Some of these intellectuals, often (mis)named “Cultural Christians,” have taken up Christian thought as a subject for serious academic study. At the same time, these are exciting, confusing days. China is stepping onto the international scene as a member of the WTO. She is searching for new ideas and values. What can the history of China, and the history of Christian missions in China, teach us as we seek to understand China’s intellectuals?
Essential lessons from history for today's cross-cultural workers.
Peoples of China
Lessons from the past on reaching China's minorities
Fuzhou Protestants and the Making of a Modern China 1857-1927 by Ryan Dunch.
Reviewed by Jason Kindopp
The editor's point of view ...
View From the Wall
How can China's history be used to shape the future?
The people of China view current events through two historical lenses.