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Trip Start May 03, 2005
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Trip End Jun 08, 2005


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Thursday, June 2, 2005

Arrived back in Beijing, and am looking forward to a rest after the mind numbing sights that I have seen. Perhaps the next few days before I fly home on the 8th, will give me time to rationalize what I have seen, and work out where a band of brothers and sisters with a heart for the nations can best serve the purposes of the Kingdom within the middle kingdom.

There is so much need in the country, but I suppose that could be said about any country, Myanmar particularly is a needy Country given the political situation there, and the difficulties for the peoples. Tibet, Laos and Vietnam similarly have their own problems too, yet Yunnan siting between them all seems to be a focal point where all intersect, and where a hub of support, love and care, could be delivered from.

Since being here I have heard so much about how the life for the ethnic minorities has improved over the last ten years, that I am left asking what life must have been like before those so called improvements. Obviously due to the sensitivities, I have not been able to make contact with more remote peoples and specifically related groups, however I am encouraged by the contacts that I have met and the possible ongoing works that can be established with such peoples.

My heart for the peoples and the nations, has truly been struck by the life which they are living, the needs they have, the concerns and logistical problems of meeting and delivering such needs, but I am convinced that they have the capacity to deal with such problems, and that it would not be a case of foreigners interfering, rather a case of supporting needy individuals, villages and peoples through Human Capacity Development, as they journey towards a greater good and a life of freedom, in the light of good news.
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