Let us introduce you to just one of the hundreds of thousands of Chinese who are in the U.S. Peace Everywhere is an au pair, one of a special breed of live-in nannies that are so prevalent these days in the homes of busy affluent people.
Dr. Li always wanted to be a doctor, from the time she was a little girl. She saw both the need of the people and the dramatic impact that a good doctor can make in a difficult situation.
God is at work in China. The progress over the past 30 years exceeds most “optimistic” predictions from just a couple of generations ago.
A description of the drug situation in China in the mid-19th century when the Chinese took steps to limit/eliminate drug use in their country. The opium trade resulted in considerable damage to the trust between China and the West.
Chinese parents sacrifice a lot for their children’s education. Sometimes, however, the presumed goal of academic excellence is misinterpreted.
We would like to share the truth that God has shown to us about China. Over the past twenty years, Americans have become increasingly aware of China. And with that greater awareness has grown some wonder, some astonishment, and some fear.
Recently, a friend wrote to us asking for our reaction to a story on “60 Minutes” that described the housing situation in China, particularly the cost of housing, the over-building of housing, and the incongruity of rising housing prices in the face of large numbers of new apartment buildings standing empty.
A glimpse of what life is like for many up-and-coming Chinese today.