This program was set up between ECF International and the
Education Department in China to send language experts to train Chinese teachers to effectively
teach English as a second language to grade and high school students. Advanced skills and techniques
have been introduced and practiced.
Three sessions in Shanghai, China.
Two sessions in Changde, Hunan, China.
Three session in Kaiping, Guangdong, China.
One session in Urumqi, Xingjiang, China.
Seven sessions in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China.
Three sessions in Shijiazhuang, Hebei, China.
Three sessions in Jiande, Zhejiang, China.
Student English Summer Camp at YWCA, Zhejiang, China.
Student English Summer Camp in Wusu, Futopik, Kuitun of Xingjiang, China.
Student English Summer Camp in Shijiazhung, Hebei, China.
Pastoral English Conversational Training at Zhejiang Theological Seminary, Zhejiang, China.
Projects For School Programs
ECF International produces variety of projects to meet the challenge
of needs in the school systems and local communities.
Established a Vocational Training Center in Macau to host computer skill training classes.
Drilled a well for drinking water and built a water tower with purifying system to serve 5 schools with
3,000 students in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Equiped the school band with 52 piece of musical instruments at the New City School, Shanghai, China.
Supported the education program for girls by offering a Sewing Training class in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Conducted Creative English Conversation Training Classes at the Headquarters.
Conducted Bible English Training Class for 19 Christian leaders from China in USA.
Conducted Cross Culture Oratorical Contests at the Headquarters.
Provided 10 electronic pianos to the YWCA in Hangzhou, China for training pianists.
Established a Computer Training Center in Cambodia.
Established a Computer Training Center in India.
Established four scholarships at the Wusu First High School, Xingjiang, China. (2006 and 2007)
Rebuilds School Buildings
ECF International has the vision to reconstruct torn down school building to ensure a safe
and sound place for a proper learning environment for students.
Rebuilt Cross City Middle School, Changsha, Hunan, China. (Reopened: September 14, 1999)
Rebuilt Powma Primary School (for ethnic minority groups), Changde, Hunan, China
(Reopened: September 15, 1999)
Rebuilt Three Lakes Primary School, Changde, Hunan, China. (Reopened: March 25, 2000)
Rebuilt Queen Lake Primary School, Changde, Hunan, China. (Reopened: May 20, 2001)
Rebuilt High City Primary School, Yungji, Shanxi, China. (Reopened: April 6, 2004)
Remodel Facilities for Rice Forest Middle School, Tibet, China. (2005)
Rebuilt Brick Bridge Primary School, Suiping, Henan, China (Reopened: November 14, 2007)
The Millennium Forum
ECF International, in partnership with Azusa Pacific University, presented a series of
lecture featuring renowned speakers from around the world speaking on a vast array of subjects which challenge, inform
and inspire the public to examine issues that are certain to dominate the oncoming years.
Special Forum Speakers:
Kent Hill, Ph.D. President, Eastern Nazarene College
Ralph Martin, Ph.D. Scholar-in-Residence, Azusa Pacific University
Carl Crouthamel, Ph.D. Recognized authority in nuclear power
Zhao-Chun Cui, Senior professor of Biology, Dalian Medical University, China
Sau-Fong Siu, D.S.W., Professor of Social Work Education, Director of Social Work Program, Wheelock College
David Mckenna, Ph.D., Chairman, Board of Trustees, Spring Arbor University