Spirituality at the crossroads
Schooling in a global setting
In this new millennium, globalization and pluralism are preoccupying themes. Theologians across the spectrum struggle with both, as do businesspeople who work in global markets, executives who wrestle with “spirituality in the work place” and parents who care about preparing children to live in this globalized and pluralistic world.
Where better to observe global and pluralist phenomena than in the crossroads called Hong Kong, where so many peoples, so many worlds and so many religions come together? And where better to get a close-up view of educators and parents who are dealing creatively with these urgent issues than at the Hong Kong International School?
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