What Does China Think? by Mark Leonard
View From the Wall
Jonathan reflects on his father's youth and his own youth as he looks ahead to the future of his infant son.
Working with youth requires innovation and wisdom but is rewarding.
A ChinaSource Interview
Several agencies have joined together to sponsor research on China's youth. Divided into three units of research, the first part, conducted in Changsha, has been completed. Following is a summary of the findings. In June, the research will be carried out in Chengdu and, towards the end of the summer, in a third city. The entire research project will be completed by the end of 2010.
What impact is technology and instant communication having on China's youth?
Editor's Note: This editorial originally appeared in "China's Youth" (ChinaSource, 2010 Summer).
Peoples of China
Where does the responsibility for teaching children spiritual concepts lie? Who is most influential in a child's spiritual life? Are the next generation of the Chinese church leadership being nurtured effectively?