Reflection on a Short Term Service Trip

I am not a medical professional so I wouldn’t be able to provide any concrete training and help the disabled children. I am not a counselor, a parent or a teacher. I even thought that I would have nothing to share or give because my life is much different from what they go through day… Continue Reading Reflection on a Short Term Service Trip

Not Self-Seeking

Even though MengYi cannot see the world clearly, the world inside her heart is brighter than the sun. During summer holiday in 2009, MengYi went to some restaurants and hotels to pick up trash with her mom from 2am until 10am in the morning. One empty bottle was only worth 5 cents but she kept… Continue Reading Not Self-Seeking

Fundraising Dinner’s Speaker – MengYi Overcoming the Barriers

Guest blog by Angela Lin I only got to tutor MengYi for several sessions, but each time I was amazed by what she could accomplish. Many people with disabilities are often relegated in society by their limitations, told they are not good enough, they can’t make a contribution, and so they’re never given an opportunity.… Continue Reading Fundraising Dinner’s Speaker – MengYi Overcoming the Barriers

The Footprints Behind One’s Dreams

Everybody has their own dreams. And everyone’s dream has a different purpose and story behind it. Losing her father at a young age, MY also has a dream with a story full of purpose behind it. At the age of seven, she inherited Retinitis Pigmentosa, a rare degenerative eye disease. Since then, the visibility in… Continue Reading The Footprints Behind One’s Dreams

Embracing God’s Blessings Every Step of the Way

This is my third year making service trip to China. My experience and feelings vary every year. Since I have seen many visually impaired students in each annual service trip, and we often communicate and chat online, I look forward to every service trip to China as if I am returning to see my hometown… Continue Reading Embracing God’s Blessings Every Step of the Way