Recently Wenzhou Bethesda Volunteer Service Center joined in a free clinic to serve community residents.
According to Bethesda Center, the initiative was launched by the local authority, charity, street Party working committee, and community.
In Louqiao Community, the team sent three massagists to provid comprehensive treatment to dozens of residents and sanitation workers through bonesetting, massage, and acupuncture.
The ministry, which was founded in 2010, offers medical service to ethnic minorities living in the border between China and Burma. It was registered as a private non-enterprise unit in January, 2017.