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China's Oasis Love, hope, and opportunity for the hidden children of China Richard Harris, David Gotts

18th May 2018
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256 pages:
Monarch Books
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It took the death of tiny baby Rose for a young man to demonstrate that every single life has value, even those of fragile, disabled children. She seemed insignificant but her life mattered, and sharing her story means she will never be forgotten. Hundreds of children have received love, hope and opportunity because of Rose's short life, and that number grows daily. China's Oasis is the story about International China Concern and David Gotts who started it at the age of 22. ICC provides love hope and opportunity for China's abandoned and disabled children. They operate orphanages in three locations in China: Changsha, Hengyang, and Sanmenxia; supported by eight National Offices around the world. Over three hundred children have received full time, life-changing care, and the same number again have been adopted. We hold many firsts for NGO work in China. This books shows that ordinary people can do extraordinary things through faith and love.
Richard Harris, ICC's former board chair is an investment manager, business TV commentator, expert witness, radio presenter and columnist that has supported David's work from its earliest days.|David Gotts founded ICC in 1993. After two decades of growing ICC, he now serves as the founder providing strategic leadership to ICC's work in China, and its seven offices and 350 staff across the globe. David regularly travels to China from Vancouver where he resides with his family.

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