LDS woman starts orphanage in China and leaves a legacy

In 2007 I was asked to start leading tours to China. I had been there once in 1995 and found the country to be on the move and extremely interesting. Never did I think my path would lead me back to directing tours and visiting the country now thirteen times. ...

One of the cities that we visit is Xi’an. On one of the tours I was told that there was a woman in Xi’an who was from South Africa and had joined the church, then started an orphanage for medically challenged children. This was to become a place that we would visit often.

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