Q: Where do your teachers teach?
A: ERRChina teachers teach English, science, business, law and the humanities at top universities throughout Mainland China. We’ve partnered with institutions in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Kunming, Tianjin, Taian, Shenzhen, Jinan and Qingdao.
Q: What are you doing now that China is closed?
A: It’s a strange time right now. China isn’t completely closed, but it’s harder to enter the country than it has been in the last 30 years. But ERRChina continues to recruit, place and nurture teachers and grow the academic arm of our organization, the China Academic Consortium.
Q: How do I get involved here?
A: Join ERRChina’s China Academic Consortium fellowship and attend year-round lectures, international conferences, our annual seminar and the annual colloquium. We also welcome you to contribute to our global research project, “Challenges of a Growing Church in China – Exploration of Future Directions”.
Q: Can you help me find Christian texts in Chinese?
A: Absolutely. ERRChina’s China Academic Consortium manages a bilingual database of over 500 Christian works available in Chinese and we actively translate books year-round. Our China Academic Consortium recently translated Dr. Don Thorsen’s book, “An Exploration of Christian Theology”, coming out next month.