Jesus was Asian: A Lesson in Faith from Hong Kong

I just returned from my first visit to Hong Kong where I was invited to speak at the annual Justice Conference Asia on the following topics: Persecution, Religious Freedom, Migration and Border Control. I was also invited by the Ray Bakke Institute (who graciously covered all my expenses) to hold speaking engagements in several churches on topics directly related to the situation in the Holy Land, the work of Holy Land Trust, and my own personal journey in faith, nonviolence, and peacemaking.

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View of Hong Kong from the Peak

I have to admit that my acceptance to this invitation was motivated almost purely by curiosity. In all my travels around the world I have never been in “that part of the world”, and Hong Kong—who would say no to that? Who would refuse an opportunity to see one of the most amazing cities in the world known for its record-breaking skyscrapers? A city where beauty, modernity, tradition, hospitality, nature, culture and the future come into one; I simply had to say yes and go.

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