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A Boy Who Steals Hearts!

This week I'm introducing you to perhaps the bravest little boy I have ever met.  His name is Bin Bin. In 1998, at two weeks old,  he was abandoned, probably because he had several congenital deformities.  Someone picked him up and took him to the police station.  There were no clues and his parents could not be located, so he was admitted to our Children's Home.

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She has a FAMILY!

Here's some fantastic news! Xiao Shan, who stole our hearts two years ago, has been adopted! This delightful child, abandoned on our grounds at the age of two because she was deaf and dumb, now has a loving Mum and Dad and even a big brother! Hitting her head in frustration is very definitely in her past!

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It Only Takes a Spark

Mark MacAlpine in full flight in the 2008 Standard Chartered marathon. | Photo: M. MacAlpineHello Friends!

I've just been given a great start to the Chinese New Year! I've received a letter (click here to view the letter) from an inspiring supporter of our work.  Remember Prof. Mark MacAlpine, who ran in the Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon to raise funds for Christian Action's children's homes in Qinghai?

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Happy Chinese New Year!

Dear friends,

As you no doubt know this is a special time of celebration throughout Asia. Chinese New Year is our longest holiday on  the lunar calendar.   We spend the time with our families and friends, cherishing all we have received, and wishing each other health and prosperity for the coming year.

On behalf of my family, my staff in Hong Kong and in Qinghai, China, I wish you a happy celebration in this year of the Tiger!

May God richly bless you in the year ahead,

Siew Mei.

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Communist Party Secretary Tells Qinghai Media to Report on Christian Action's Good Work

Yes!!! The Secretary of the Qinghai Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China, Mr Qiang Wei, prompted national media coverage of Christian Action's work! How did that happen? And why is it so important?

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