With assistance from FEBC-Hong Kong, our ministry in Taiwan was established in February, 1988, as a program production center for our Chinese ministry.
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1 Million Listener Responses
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Helping Local Students
Taiwan Ministry Highlights
Chinese Program Production
Taiwan is one of five production centers that produce programs for Mainland China. These programs, coordinated by the Chinese Ministry Office in FEBC-Hong Kong are broadcast into China from the Philippines and Korea. Taiwan currently produces 80 hours of programming a month in Mandarin.
Types of Programs
FEBC Taiwan’s wide range of programs are 100% Gospel focused. 60% are pre-evangelistic and 40% are evangelistic.
Our ministry in Taiwan serves as a bridge between foundations and churches in remote areas to assist aboriginal students. Various churches are interested in providing the students with after-school counseling and guidance, but have no access to funds. Foundations, on the other hand, want to donate funds but do not have staff to supervise the process. FEBC is helping to connect the two parties, suggesting possible ways for churches to develop this mission field.
In 2015, FEBC Taiwan received 1 million phone calls, e-mails, and letters.
Background on Taiwan
Government: multiparty democracy
Population: 23,464,787 (2016 est.) Taiwanese (including Hakka) 84%, mainland Chinese 14%, indigenous 2%
Religion: mixture of Buddhist and Taoist 93%, Christian 4.5%, other 2.5%
Languages: Mandarin Chinese (official), Taiwanese (Min), Hakka dialects
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