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We have a feature about the work our partner The Amity Foundation is involved with revitalising rural areas in China and improving the quality of life for people living there; Jasmine Miller reports on her contribution to the 11th Symposium on Autism in Nanjing; and there are other news updates about our current partners and projects.
We’re back from Lockdown! With lots of news about our partners in China, an update from SCEN (the Scotland China Education Network) and a historical feature about the founding of the medical college and hospital in Shenyang.
Read an update from our Chinese partners as they struggle with the outbreak of Covid-19; find out about a deaf church congregation in Shendong; learn more about the work of the Scotland China Education Network (SCEN); read a feature about the visit of our partners from the Caritas Social Service Centre (CSSC) in Liaoning Diocese.
Features a report in words and pictures by Mairi Houldsworth about the further specialist dementia training she delivered in Nanjing and Shenyang in November 2019; How is Christmas celebrated in Chinese churches? Mark McLeister, Lecturer in Chinese Studies at Edinburgh University, tells us! The Newsletter also has news updates from our partners.
Find out about the SCCG’s support of Dementia Care training in Nanjing; we have updates about partner visits to Scotland; we look back at our recent Plenary session in Edinburgh and on our contribution to the ‘Scots in China’ TV programme; and we celebrate our KiltWalk walkers!
Updates from our partners in China and news about the projects we are involved in and support. Read about a new fundraising opportunity – Kilt Walk 2019! This is raising money for the ‘Little Sunflowers Project’ in Liaoning Province in China which needs funding for a team of three staff to work with children with leukaemia and their families.
Summer 2018 Newsletter Find out more about GP and Spiritual Care training at Shengjing Hospital; read about our involvement in the development in China of dementia awareness and palliative care; and hear about the documentary for BBC Scotland, ‘Scots in China’, filmed in June and which will feature our work.