East Asia Huang River

The Huang River Program brings you to a large country in East Asia. After an orientation in the capital city, your team will travel to a central city to participate in a cultural-lingual exchange program in partnership with a local university. You'll be matched with a local student, whom you'll live with in a dorm on-campus. You'll participate in and help lead a morning class on English and American culture while also learning about the national culture and history. Afternoons and evenings are spent exploring the city and surrounding region together. As you build deep cross cultural friendships, you'll have natural opportunities to share your story, learn someone else's, and talk about the deepest parts of life. We're focused on planting and nourishing seeds, sometimes in slow-growing soil. You should come with a patient and long-term perspective, yet be prepared to share the reason of your hope when possible.

East Asia
June 23, 2018 to August 4, 2018
Ministry Focus: 
Cultural and Language Exchange
Who may apply for this program: 
Red River and Central Region students, especially STiM students
Ross Allen

Ross is a 2015 graduate of Kansas State University and has been called to return to campus and help plant a multiethnic chapter there.