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Monday
Jun152009

Our first adopted child is going to university!

A smiling Abigail (Hu Yang 胡楊) flanked by the two police officers who brought her to Xining Children's Home after she had been abandoned. The officers were clearly smitten by Hu Yang, as they brought gifts to her at the home every year until she was adopted in 2003. This photo was taken when Hu Yang visited the Home in July, 2007.The wedding picture of Zhong Linjun (蓮君) a couple of weeks ago made many of you happy - especially Kim and Steve Anderson in the USA, who adopted a teenager from Xining in 2003.  When they came to collect 14-year-old Hu Yang (胡楊), they were sad because they couldn't also take Linjun home with them.  They were thrilled to see her picture here - happily married!

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Monday
Jun082009

I've never seen anything like this before...

It was a very full and interesting week last week. For the whole week I was at a major Christian conference with delegates from over 100 nations. It gave me the opportunity to hand out about 450 of our brochures.

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Tuesday
Jun022009

A First for Xining Children’s Home!



As a supporter of our Home, you too can celebrate the wedding of Zhong Linjun (蓮君)!  She is the first orphan from our Home to get married!

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Tuesday
May262009

Hong Kong's Chief Secretary Values Our Work!

I had a strange experience a few days ago.  For the first time, I found myself sitting with a small group of leaders of Hong Kong charities in Government House having lunch with the Chief Secretary of the Hong Kong Government, Mr Henry Tang!

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Tuesday
May192009

Giving Everyone A Fair Chance

Compared to the original Xining Children's Home which also housed geriatric cases, this well-equipped facility today provides state-of-the art care for disabled children.Welcome!  Last week I promised to share with you a letter written by Ronald Wee, who wrote to generous friends about Xiao Shan just after he visited our work in Qinghai. Here's part of Ronald's letter (shared with permission):

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