Rainbow Missions helps children with cerebral palsy in China. This is a story about a boy named Xiao-Wen whose parents are identified as ethnic minorities. Six years ago, my wife and I first met Xiao-Wen and his parents at Angel House. It was the first day Xiao-Wen received his services. The floor was covered with… Continue Reading Helping Children with Cerebral Palsy
Today is Valentine’s Day, a very important day for the lovers and married couples! We all wish to receive presents from our other half. Sending flowers, sending chocolates or even organizing candle night dinners are some of the ways to show your love. Some people may use this special day to express their love, hoping… Continue Reading What challenges will an in-love visually impaired person face?
CZ is a new development area in southern China. Since the province is adjacent to Vietnam, trade with the neighboring country is a major financial development project there. CZ does not produce much. A lot of staple foods and general daily necessities are supplied by adjacent cities. General wages are low and price of goods… Continue Reading Pursue Our Dreams — Change the Future
Most of the visually impaired people living in China work at massage parlors. Every day, they would wait for guests to arrive. The hourly rate for massage is $60 RMB ($9 USD). If they are the owner, after deducting rent and living expenses, it’s hard to know how many customers are needed daily to support… Continue Reading Initial Choice
Rainbow Missions was founded in 2005. In the past 12 years, our growth and the growth of our service to disabled children in China have been inseparable. Our journal has witnessed the growth of the children we care for as well as that of Rainbow Missions. On October 16th, 23rd, and 29th of last year… Continue Reading The Rainbow Diary