by Taiwan Conference, courtesy Adventist News Network

A Seventh-day Adventist Church in Taiwan’s high-tech center is reaching students at the city’s top two universities, rated among the best technology schools in the nation.

The Hsinchu Golden Star Seventh-day Adventist Church, which has worked in the city since 2018, began a college outreach the following year. Hsinchu, which has been a “sister city” of U.S. Silicon Valley hub Cupertino, California, since 1993, is a city of 450,000 on the northern coast of Taiwan. The city is home to Tsinghua University and National Chiao Tung University, ranked second and third best schools in the country. The two universities have a combined enrollment approaching 30,000 students at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, offering a tremendous opportunity for outreach and witness.

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