Read: Macau Baha'i Community in the Early Years







Approved by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of Macau

© Copyright 1991 by Barbara R. Sims
Digital text © 1999 by Barbara R. Sims and the Bahá'í Academics Resource Library
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Typeset using SGML by Uniscope Inc., Tokyo


This is dedicated to the early Bahá'ís of the Chinese race




                       Contents

          Dedication

          Epigraph

     1.   The Ten Year Crusade, 1953 — 1963......................1

     2.   Macau..................................................2

     3.   Early Bahá'í History...................................3

     4.   The First Believers of Macau...........................8
               Four Naw Rúz Celebrations........................10

     5.   More About the Early Believers........................14
               Mr. Harry Yim....................................14
               Mr. John Chang...................................18
               Mrs. Mary Shia...................................19

     6.   More About the 1950s..................................19

     7.   John Chang Fulfills a Goal of the Ten Year Crusade....36

     8.   From the 1960s........................................38

     9.   Activities in the Late 1960s..........................46

     10.  Advances in the 1970s.................................48

     11.  Hands of the Cause Who Have Visited Macau.............52

     12.  Macau Comes Under the Jurisdiction of the National

          Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of Hong Kong........60

     13.  The First National Spiritual Assembly of the
          Bahá'ís of Macau......................................61

          Names.................................................65

          Afterword.............................................67
     
          



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