Amity’s Annual Report 2015 introduces Amity programmes, project stories, milestones and facts&figures. In his introductory message General Secretary Qiu Zhonghui points out Amity's successful development in 2015 and future challenges.
The recent issue of 'Echo' provides latest stories and project information of Amity’s international and cultural exchange division. It recalls Amity's Winter Conference 2016. Experience more about Amity's Exchange Programs and how your participation and involvement can make a difference.
On September 24, the Guangzhou Amity NGO Development Center officially launched during the fifth China Charity Fair (CCF) in Shenzen. The CCF is the largest national level charity event hold in China. The Amity Foundation and the Rende Foundation exhibited their development work.
On September 7 to 9, the second annual 9/9 Philanthropy Day took place in China. The Amity Foundation joined hands with 150 smaller non-profit organizations and amplified 268 charitable projects for public fundraising.
The Chinese Theological Review (CTR) 27 is published. It presents Chinese voices directly by providing translated theological essays, church statements, sermons, etc. for an English-language readership.