Amity Foundation, Hong Kong organized the Summer English Programme Workshop for 100 Junior Secondary English teachers to improve their teaching skills through a two-pronged approach.
On July 11 to 12 the Amity Bakery attended the fifth national vocational skill competition for disabled people and the second national Abilympics in Wuhan City. The Amity Bakery represented the country’s first social enterprise for people, who are intellectual challenged, on behalf of Jiangsu Province.
On July 1, the Amity Foundation opened a service center in Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia.The center was established to promote friendship and cooperation and the sharing of resources between the people of China and Africa. Furthermore, Amity anticipates the Bible printing services to improve and to provide social development and social services for the people of Africa.
Amity's education and the international exchange department welcomed a delegation from the Danish National School. For the seventh year the Amity Foundation provided the opportunity to get in touch with people in China and arranged a series of exchange and service learning activities.
From June 2 to 4, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby visited the Amity Foundation in Nanjing. He attended some of Amity's church-related projects and visited several of Amity's social institutions including the Amity's Children Development Center, the Amity Bakery and the Amity Printing Company.