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The Outsized Influence of Christians in Hong Kong

The biggest obstacle to collaboration is power, says Lung-kwong Lo, the dean of the Divinity School of Chung Chi College of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Giving up power, he says, is a matter of servanthood that promotes collaboration. Collaboration is especially important for the Hong Kong church because, although they make up only a small percentage of the Chinese population, Chinese Christians run more than half the schools and 70 percent of the social services in Hong Kong. In a question-and-answer format article prepared for Faith & Leadership, an online offering of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity School, Lung-kwong Lo introduces the ecumenical church of Hong Kong and discusses the influence and challenges of the Christian church in Hong Kong.



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