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Hong Kong

Hong Kong is known for its blend of skyscrapers and ancient traditions and roughly half of the population is religious, but few are Christians

The work of OM in Hong Kong is two-fold: It is a home office sending out recruits from Hong Kong churches to many OM fields, and we also have an outreach ministry to ethnic minorities coming into Hong Kong from South Asia. 

There are over 300,000 people from minority races in Hong Kong, the equivalent to the number of Christians in the city. People have come to work as a result of globalization and economic development. However, taking root and residency in this predominantly Chinese community is challenging. 

The outreach team aims to offer them not only warmth, but to take that one step further, leading them to the love of Christ. The team works in cooperation with several local churches and schools, combining proclamation and social service. Activities include visitation, Chinese instruction, adaptation courses, counselling etc. The team is on one hand serving the great needs among the minority races, and on the other hand mobilizing local believers and churches to take part in the cross-cultural mission at our doorstep. 

Facts about Hong Kong
People Groups:
Han Chinese, Chinese (general)
Ethnic Religions, Non-Religious, Christianity
Percent Evangelical:
Presidential Limited Democracy; A Special Administrative Region of The People's Republic Of China
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