Multimedia Ministry

The Multimedia Ministry at the Cultural Regeneration Research Society, led primarily by “CRRS Media,” has been actively developing its YouTube channel since 2019, currently (2024) boasting almost 9000 subscribers. We provide diverse Cantonese content, including various videos, short films, live broadcasts, and podcasts.

Our weekly podcast program, “Deep Cultural Insight,” hosted by Dr. Thomas Leung, has produced over 100 episodes, delving into Christian faith and deepening understanding of different cultures. Other popular content includes monthly spiritual sharing live streams and the Cantonese version of the “Taie Alpha Course” video series, with a Mandarin version also available for Mandarin-speaking audiences.

Another podcast, “Cultural Quest”, hosted by Deakin Ng, Coordinator of Multimedia Ministry and Projects, has covered six different topics with a total of 80 episodes, featuring interviews about intergenerational cultural differences. Through these interviews, we explore different cultures and aim to foster renewed relationships between individuals.

All podcast programs are broadcasted on AM1320 radio and various podcast channels (Apple Podcasts/Spotify Podcasts).

Our Indigenous Ministry are highlighted through different “Walking Alongside Indigenous People” videos, providing insights into Canadian Indigenous culture and history. This includes themed lectures from the “Eagles Rising Workshops,” Cantonese versions of the translation and Cantonese reading of the “Truth and Reconciliation Commission: 94 Calls to Action,” and short films introducing Indigenous cultures and histories.

Other Multimedia Work

During the 2020-2021 pandemic, CRRS Media’s YouTube channel served as a crucial platform for communication and interaction with our supporters and even a global audience. In these two years, we have organized two online fundraising events, “Healing Trauma with Love” and “The Beauty of Companioned Journeys,” sharing different videos that showcase our ongoing efforts in advancing various aspects of our work.

Starting in the year of 2020, we have also created three Chinese songs: “Love From Afar,” inspired by the pandemic’s spread in China, expressing concern and encouragement for our sponsored students; “The Beauty of Companioned Journeys,” reflecting our desire and gratitude for walking together despite pandemic challenges; and “Heartfelt Harmony”, created specifically for the 2022 CRRS theme, conveying our ongoing commitment to unity, shared feelings, and the idea of love transcending cultural differences.