Ernest C. H. Ng is adjunct assistant professor at the Centre of Buddhist Studies, University of Hong Kong, where he teaches undergraduate and postgraduate courses on Buddhism and economics. Ng is a fellow at the European SPES Institute and author of Introduction to Buddhist Economics.
The Theology of Work Project is an independent, international organization dedicated to researching, writing and distributing materials with a biblical perspective on nonchurch workplaces. It produces a podcast called “Making It Work.”
Maureen Sabine is a Hong Kong Academy of the Humanities Fellow, with a special focus on theology, sexuality and religion in literature and film. She is the author of Veiled Desires: Intimate Portrayals of Nuns in Postwar Anglo-American Film. For media inquiries, contact the Hong Kong Academy Society directly.
Lyman Stone is a research fellow with the Institute for Family Studies and an adjunct fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. He has researched and written about immigration, education and family-related policies. Stone currently serves as a missionary in the Lutheran Church-Hong Kong Synod.
Hua Chunying is the spokeswoman for China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Jewher Ilham is a human rights activist who began speaking out about China’s policies toward the Uighur community when her father, a Uighur scholar, was arrested in 2014. She graduated from Indiana University in 2019 and is now working on a documentary about the experiences of Uighur Muslims, called “Static and Noise.”
Jan Berris is vice president of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, which works to nurture a healthy dialogue between U.S. and Chinese officials. Arrange an interview through Joseph Weed.
Cui Tiankai is the Chinese ambassador to the United States. He has defended the imprisonment of Muslims in China, arguing that it will help them better contribute to society.
These 19 people can help you understand the significance of this month’s United Methodist conference on human sexuality.