Tag: Poverty

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3 Questions: Remembering the Poor

Brother Tom is a grassroots church planter in an Asian city. For the past twenty years he has worked with a global organization on creating access and sustainability for church planting.

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Christmas Cards Made in Shanxi

But Made with a Purpose

If you haven't bought Christmas cards yet this year, consider sending hand-cut cards from Yangqu County, China.

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ZGBriefs – The Week’s Top Picks, October 16 Issue

Our top picks this week include articles on poverty and leadership and an interview with one of our favorite China authors.

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Beyond Beijing

Life in the Chinese Countryside

Since China's great gǎigé kāifàng (Reform and Opening) experiment was begun by reformists in the Communist Party of China (CPC) under Deng Xiaoping in late 1978, tens of thousands of articles—in print and online—have been written about the huge changes and nearly miraculous standard-of-living improvements that have happened throughout China.