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As believers we can be a force for change while fulfilling our responsibility to Gods creation.This is one man's story.
ChinaSource asked for responses to Tom Jenning's article "A Holistic Perspective on Transforming Nations." The following, by Huo Shui, is the second of two responses that were given. Mike Barbalas responded in "Responses, Part 1."
What needs to happen if nations are to be impacted leading to transformation?
ChinaSource asked for responses to Tom Jenning's article "A Holistic Perspective on Transforming Nations." The following, by Mike Barbalas, is the first of two responses that were given. Huo Shui responded in "Responses, Part 2."
View From the Wall
What factors are influencing the survival of NGOs in China?
From the editor's desk.
Peoples of China
A Panel Discussion
A discussion of the need for a social enterprise to be focused on sustainability in order to be effective.
Peoples of China
There are numerous challenges that could derail China's march to super-power status including a collapse of the banking system, regional disintegration, environmental disaster, and military miscalculations. However, perhaps the most likely factor to prevent China's rise will be the one the government can least do anything about: demography. China, as always, has too many people; now, however, it is also lacking in females, youth, and sooner rather than later, a workforce to support its retired population.
Editor's Note: This editorial originally appeared in "Looking Ahead in China" (ChinaSource, 2010 Fall).