Author Archives: Da Yong

China, Planning A Trip to the Middle Kingdom

China, Planning A Trip to the Middle Kingdom

There seems to be an attraction with China these days.  The news often reports on it’s economic boom, it’s sprawling cities and on occasion it’s environmental problems.  In high schools across the USA the Chinese language is now offered along side the traditional Spanish and French classes.  What is the hype all about?  Well, my… Continue Reading

Going Native

Going Native

“Let us in everything not sinful, become like the Chinese, that by all means we may save some.” – Hudson Taylor Hudson Taylor was beyond most of the missionaries of his day.  It was common for missionaries to build themselves a little compound surrounded by walls and to invite locals in and adopt English ways.  In the… Continue Reading

God in the Chinese Written Characters, Part 2

God in the Chinese Written Characters, Part 2

December 16, 2010 | Da Yong – In the first article we examined five Chinese characters, their makeup and their meaning. We concluded that it is not coincidence that these five Chinese characters match-up with the historical accounts that we read about in Genesis. It is fascinating and exciting to see that even in a… Continue Reading

God In The Chinese Written Characters, Part 1

God In The Chinese Written Characters, Part 1

December 7, 2010 | Da Yong — God is present even in countries that officially deny His existence. Through nature God reveals Himself to us all, Romans 1, Ps. 19. He often reveals Himself in other ways as well. The written language of China is one of the oldest continually used systems the world has.… Continue Reading