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The most powerful weapon to fight poverty

My grandmother passed away a decade ago. Yet I can still remember her warm smile. She and most of my dad’s side of the family lived in a small village in East China. I first visited her back in 1983. By then, China had started limited economic reform for three years. People’s living standards had improved, but life in a village was still very hard. Continue reading

CCU President challenges campus: Do more for the poor

The CCU Symposium, two days of all-campus lectures and workshops on a topic of urgent concern, held annually in the fall since 2009, addressed “Compassion for the Poor” in this year’s sessions on Oct. 11–12.

Major speakers included Robert Woodson, Andrew Romanoff, Lawrence Reed, and Paul Cleveland. Continue reading