祝你端午节快乐Honoring Qu YuanQu Yuan (343–278 BC), was a Chu State official in the Warring States Period. He was the earliest famous poet in China. When the Chu capital fell, the patriotic poet drowned himself in the Miluo River. The local people were said to have paddled out on boats, either to scare the fish away or to retrieve his body. The dragon boat races represent the attempts to … [Read more...]
China - Agape Asia Foundation
Agape Asia currently supports five orphanages in China. Each orphanage is able to provide basic care services for just $35 per month or just three dollars ($3) a day per child.
Thanks to your kindness and generosity, we were able to provide more than $5,000 in Coronavirus relief over the past several weeks - and over $10,000 since the pandemic began in China. As long as countries are locked down and day laborers are not able to work, the poor and impoverished will continue to go without.In India the virus is becoming more intense and a large portion of their … [Read more...]
The visit to the boy Liu Shaodong was made on a rainy day. It suddenly started to drizzle and after a few minutes a shower knocked the hood and top of our vehicle with sudden sound which added some tense atmosphere on the ride to our destination --- Nanbian Shan Town, where Liu Shaodong’s parents live.We met Liu Shaodong with his mother by the street. She is unable to go to work because she … [Read more...]
Given the ongoing coronavirus situation around the globe, it is easy to become fixated, frighten and discouraged. In times of crisis it important to return to memories and stories that are simply uncomplicated, easily understood and abundantly hopeful. Simply put we need a diversion that reminds us of our roots and the source of our strength in remarkable times. One of the first stories we are … [Read more...]
King (Xiang Hui Yue) has been the director at Neil Taylor Care Center for the past several years. Prior to that, King has been a part of the Agape family since we provided him with medical care in the US and sent him to college in Singapore several years ago. So, we were saddened when he told us recently that he was resigning his role with us to take on a new job outside China. We wish him well … [Read more...]