Churches in China Volunteer to Help Students in Gaokao

By Eliana W. Ostine, June 09, 2016 01:06 AM

Church Serve in "Gaokao"(GospelTimes)

Church Serve in "Gaokao"(GospelTimes)

Church Serve in "Gaokao"(GospelTimes)

Church Serve in "Gaokao":(GospelTimes)

As millions of students across China are sitting the “Gaokao”(an exam to decide which university they will go to), the churches in China are volunteering to help students and their parents during this tough period.

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