SCAN members brush up on Mandarin

By KAREN ANALEE ABALOS and ANTONIO G. CAÑAVERAL JR.

Date Posted: March 2, 2021

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Society of Communicators and Networkers International (SCAN) officers from the Ecclesiastical District of Taiwan conducted a language learning activity for non-Chinese speakers on February 21, 2021. The activity sought to help participants improve their communication skills Mandarin, the commonly used language in Taiwan.

Brethren from various local congregations participated in the activity through videoconferencing. The main venue of the activity was held at the house of worship of the Local Congregation of Luzhu.

In the activity, the brethren learned basic communication to be used in emergencies such as calling the police for help and first aid, among others. They also learned common religious terminologies like evangelical mission, prayer, worship service, and a lot more.

Interviewed brethren said that they found the activity very interesting and educational. Others intently took down notes for they know that it will be useful in performing their Church duties, especially in sharing their faith.

Brethren are thankful to the Church Administration for such activity. They promised to use the skills they learned in performing their Church duties especially to further intensify the work of propagation. ― With reports from INC News Section

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