Book publication: Christianity & Social Development in China

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In May 2012, the Amity Foundation organized an international ecumenical conference on “Religion and Social Development” in Nanjing. Selected papers of this conference are now being published in the book “Christianity & Social Development in China”, edited by Theresa C. Carino. The book can be purchased from Amity Hong Kong. For orders and further information please contact: [email protected]

Earthquake of 6.6 magnitude hit Jinggu County, Yunnan

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On October 7, at 9:45pm an earthquake hit Jinggu County of the Pu’er Prefecture in the southwest of Yunnan Province.  By now, the 6.6 magnitude earthquake has killed one person and has injured at least 324. Amity Foundation’s disaster relief project staff has departed to the affected area for disaster evaluation and need assessment.

Event information - October / November 2014

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In October and November the Amity Foundation will organize three international conferences in cooperation with local and overseas partners: Love, Not Lonely - Fifth International Seminar about Autism (Oct 11-15), International Conference on Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation (Oct 30-Nov 2), International Conference on Aging and Cognitive Disorders (Nov 9-11)

Amity Foundation HK becomes a member of WiseGiving

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On August the 28, 2014, Amity Foundation Hong Kong became a member of WiseGiving Hong Kong. WiseGiving is an initiative of the Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS). It aims to enhance charity accountability and transparency in Hong Kong.