Resources from Summer 2004
Preparing for 2008
It's Not about the Olympics
It’s not about the Olympics or sports, but about what God is already doing in China.
Practical Advice for Chinese Relationships
Encountering the Chinese: A Guide for Americans by Hu Wenzhong and Cornelius L. Grove. Reviewed by Sarah Doyle and G. Wright Doyle
Church and Community Sports Partnerships
Are there opportunities for churches in China to build on the increase in interest in sports due to the coming Beijing Olympics?
The Clash of Culture and Class in China’s “Olympic Era”
Many challenges face China today and have resulted in clashes of culture and class.
English and the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games
The modern Olympic Games have never been awarded to a host country whose citizens did not have English as a common language. The promise to be the host city presented enormous language challenges to Beijing. Many of Beijing’s 13 million people will be working with the athletes and spectators. Nearly every...