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Perspectives Chinese Edition

January 20, 2012
Today is very exciting day at Salt + Light: the Chinese language edition of Perspectives goes on air for the first time.
The five minute show will air throughout the week at the start of the Chinese programming segment for the day. Like its English and French language siblings, the Chinese edition brings viewers stories about what's happening in Universal Church, with a special focus on stories of interest to Chinese-Canadian audiences.
Bosco Chan, the host of this new edition of Perspectives, says he is excited to be getting into a new area of media ministry, not just telling stories of hope but also informing the Chinese Catholic audience what's going on in the church and fostering a connection to the Universal Church.
S+L's English speaking viewers might remember Bosco from the Christmas series "The 12 Days of Christmas". He shared his memories of a Christmas Eve in Hong Kong as a young altar server, waiting for midnight with his fellow servers.
If you understand Chinese and want to hear what's going on in the Universal Church and your community, tune in today at 2:30pm or Saturday at 6:00pm (all times ET).

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