During the Easter holidays, international volunteers from Singapure visited 65 primary school students of the fifth grade in Ningyan Migrant School. The visit was organized by the Amity Foundation as part of the Service Learning Programme of Amity's international exchange department.
Amity’s Jireh Salon was initiated by the Jiangsu Christian Charity Fund, and consists of series’ of lectures that focus on ways in which the church can further develop her contribution to society. The lectures took place in both Nanjing and Xuzhou on the topic of ‘Working with the Disabled’ held from 24th to 27th April 2015.
The twenty-six issue of the Chinese Theological Review (CTR) focuses on the conferences of the China Christian Council (CCC) and the Three-Self Patriotic Movment (TSPM). It provides an in-deep look of the present developments of Christianity in China and presents Chinese voices directly.
Another 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck the Himalayan region at 12:50 local time. The new earthquake hit areas that suffered most of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake. The disasters killed more than 8,000 and injured more than 18,000 people. The Amity Foundation and local partners are working on the ground to distribute relief supplies.
A devastating earthquake with the magnitude between 7.8 and 8.1 struck Nepal on Saturday 25. The Amity Foundation and our international partners appeal to support the victims of the shocking disaster.