Underpinned by the concept of “Cultural China”, the objective is to promote the cultural exchange between China and other countries in the world and ultimately achieve cultural convergence so that Chinese culture could become one of the important resources for the study of spirituality and civilizations. By ways of understanding and embracing religious pluralism could lead to resolving conflicts of human beings. Combined with the all-encompassing nature of Chinese culture, the ideal of “Together As One” for the human race is our final goal.
More than 30 recommendations addressing the hardships people faced and social problems were submitted to the Chinese government. The topics of social issues we covered included how to improve systems to better people’s social conditions, respects for people’s rights and dignity and changes that will bring social reforms. We have seen progress in realizing 80% of the social issues that we made recommendations to the Chinese government. The most notable ones are universalizing nine-year compulsory education, providing affordable healthcare in impoverished areas, establishing a psychological counselling system, and coordination endeavours we made during the church demolition incidents.
Various leadership training workshops take place in China at administrative offices, university graduate schools and corporations promoting leadership values on “Chinese and Canadian Corruption-prevention Cultural Exchange”, “Moral Education” and “Integrity Training”.
We value the significance of commencing dialogues with Chinese high-level government officials, who are leading the Central United Front Work Department, the State Council, the Ministry of Culture, and Bureau of Religion, etc. The engaging in-depth discussions cover the topics such as exploring the rule of law in a democratic system and justice and equality in a harmonious society.
The seminars hosted in China and Hong Kong at various religious and corporate venues aim to promote the cultural values of Christianity and Chinese culture. The themes broached are “Sheep Culture” and “Heaven-and-Human Rapport Management” which emphasize the importance of integrity and ethics to build responsible corporate culture. In collaboration with different universities, CRRS promoted “Servant Leadership” principles to train the new generation of Chinese corporate and government leaders to change their mindset and serve their people first, culminating in leading a high-performance team.
CRRS encourages the Western society to understand more about the history, culture and social development of Chinese frontier such as Tibet and Xinjiang. Theses on the past and present of Tibet and Xinjiang were presented to the Canadian government and the U.S. government in hopes that these theses will help them comprehend China’s perspective on her borderland.
CRRS is dedicated to help Christians and non-Christians equip themselves better by improving their understanding in Chinese culture, delving into their faith in depth and examining the compatibility between Christian faith and Chinese culture.
Dr. Thomas In-Sing Leung is the President of Culture Regeneration Research Centre. He hosts seminars in China and Hong Kong at various religious and corporate venues to promote the cultural values of Christianity and Chinese culture. He is dedicated to help Christians and non-Christians equip themselves better by improving their understanding in Chinese culture and delving into their faith in depth. When invited to churches and different organizations, he shares his experiences in religious belief and examines the compatibility between Christian faith and Chinese culture.
If you are interested in participating in any seminars lectured by President Leung, please refer to his speaking schedule. If you are interested in inviting President Leung to share his experiences and exchange ideas with your organization, please fill in the request form and invite. We will respond as soon as possible and make arrangement upon receiving your request.