By Carl Smith, Christopher Munn
Every so usually a piece of background seems to be that appreciably adjustments our knowing of individuals, position and interval. chinese language Christian is this sort of paintings. This ebook asks questions on Hong Kong that experience by no means been requested prior to. It exhibits that the leaders of chinese language society had a much better function in shaping early Hong Kong historical past than prior historians had believed.
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Roberts moved to Canton in May 1844 and took Chan with him, but he died the following year. L. Shuck, took under his patronage a young man named Julian Ahone or, to give him his Chinese name, Wei Ng. Julian had brought with him from the United States in 1843 a letter of introduction to the Baptist missionaries in Hong Kong from a congregation in Baltimore, Maryland, where he had been baptized and received as a member. After a time, Shuck's assistant began to act strangely. He went about the neighbourhood claiming to be a king seeking his queen.
He was baptized in the waters at Stanley village in June INTRODUCTION 7 1842, four months after his arrival, the first Chinese to be baptized on Hong Kong Island. Roberts moved to Canton in May 1844 and took Chan with him, but he died the following year. L. Shuck, took under his patronage a young man named Julian Ahone or, to give him his Chinese name, Wei Ng. Julian had brought with him from the United States in 1843 a letter of introduction to the Baptist missionaries in Hong Kong from a congregation in Baltimore, Maryland, where he had been baptized and received as a member.
The essay illustrates the original motivation of the boys and the manner in which this changed under the type of education they received. The object led me to come [sic] was to learn English, so that I might make money by dealing with the English, and I had no hope of becoming a scholar. But this was a low object when we look at the desire of those people who support us. The people in Christian countries look at this vast empire full of all sorts of wickedness, a land where the name of Christ is not known, with compassion and pray for it.
Chinese Christians: Elites, Middlemen, and the Church in Hong Kong by Carl Smith, Christopher Munn