[In Pictures] Dali Bible School Serves Western Yunnan for About 20 Years

By Yi Yang, November 15, 2017 08:11 AM

Inside Dali Bible School: a quab

Some of the school's students sing hymns.

A student plays a guitar to praise God.

The school's students in class

The gate of Dali Bible School

The Bible School building represents the cultural fusion-- connecting Christianity and the Bai People(CCD)

Starting from a training class, the school serves Han people and 17 ethnic minorities in Yunnan. 

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