Amity’s quarterly printed publication Amity Outlook No 20 has a strong focus on Amity's work on the well-being of children in need. It reflects on the anniversary of 15 years 'E-Action' programme and overseas related news and information.
On April 18, 1985, the Amity Foundation was officially founded in Nanjing. Beginning with staff of three people, Amity has grown over the last 33 years to a well-known and professional indigenous Chinese faith-based development organization.
At Amity Foundation's invitation, from 7 to 13 March, a delegation of 'Diakonie Germany' visited Nanjing to inform themselves about church related social work in China. The delegation was led by Mr. Lilie, President of Diakonie Deutschland.
The Chinese Theological Review (CTR) 28 is published. It presents Chinese voices directly by providing translated theological essays, church statements, sermons, etc. CTR 28 focus on sinicization and in particular on women and feminist theology in the Chinese Protestant Church.
The Amity Summer English Program (SEP) invites English speakers to volunteer in training Chinese teachers of English in less-developed parts of China. The SEP is an opportunity to teach the teachers, make a difference and at the same time experience the country and its people in a unique way.