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This study examines how the social gospel, an indigenous American reform ideology, was exported to the turbulent Chinese situation in the early twentieth century by the Young MenOs Christian Association. Beginning with an overview of the YMCA and its role in American Christianity around the turn of the century, this book relates how the institution evolved and developed its own form of Social Gospel Protestantism.
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Chan Sing (born 29 December 1936) is a retired Hong Kong actor born in Bangkok.
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