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Crack In The Wall: Life & Death in Kowloon Walled City

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Jackie Pullinger arrived in Hong Kong in 1966 when the cultural revolution was just beginning in China and flood of refugees was bursting across the border into the Kowloon Walled City. This text... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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Crack in the Wall:Life and death in Kowloon Walled city. FABULOUS

I have met Jackie Pullinger on 2 occasions and have been swept away by her work in Hong Kong and her love and her perseverance there. This book is a tribute to the work in the 1990's prior to the walled city coming down. It's about a historical zoning glich that built a dead end community of suffering and addiction. Through faith they come out into freedom. It is the revelation of Christ coupled with the care in the Society of Stephen workers that leads them from gangs,drugs and death to purpose and joy. It is a mind blowing piece to read.
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