Resources by Clarence Chan
Clarence "Chuck" Chan, a graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA, USA and chairperson of Pacific Rim Foundation, LTD (Hong Kong), currently lives in southern China with his wife Queenie. He is involved in China research, leadership, and theological training. In the past two decades, he and his colleagues have been involved in migrant ministry in factories owned by Christians in southern China. Over 100 migrant pastors and leaders have been trained in the last decade.
Among his publications are: Dawn of Asia, an eMagazine; 8 Character of a Successful Leader (in Chinese); Give Me a Heart for China, Mental Focus–A Vibration of Your Mind.
China's Marginalized Internal Migrants
The world of China's "floating population" is vastly different from the world of its city dwellers.
China is undergoing a modernization process that has caused its urbanization process to accelerate. A mass exodus from rural areas to urban centers is already occurring. Surplus laborers in the rural areas are rapidly migrating to the towns and cities looking for jobs and better living conditions.