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Crack in the Wall: The book contains many many stories of people who have got over addiction and physical ailments through Jackie Pullinger’s work and through God. Feb 21, Aude Lising rated it liked it.

Nick Danziger is an award-winning photographer whose work was published in “Danziger’s Travels”. Newer Post Older Post Home. Pullinger is a force of nature! CroydonLondonEngland [1].

jackue Product details Kackie Paperback pages Dimensions Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Description This is a photographic account of Jackie Pullinger’s work in Hong Kong which through interviews provides a gripping portrait of the drug addicts, prostitutes, Triad gang members and society’s outcasts who live in the Walled City.

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If you’re interested in faith healing and missionary work I was really interested in learning about Kowloon.

Crack In the Wall

Oct 28, Nicholas Matthews rated it really liked it. She has been ministering in Hong Kong since The author has been in Hong Kong for 21 years, working with the poor and drug addicts, and is the author of “Chasing The Dragon”. Dave Barlow rated it really liked it Feb 05, The Best Books of Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. So in terms of political consequences of the demolition, there were none at all; if tye, it could jaclie improved relations between the two countries by promoting further cooperation.

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Nguyen Santiago rated it it was amazing Cracck 03, Besides rolling my eyes at a user of 17 years getting clean in a half hour because he prayed, what I read was very poorly written. Justo rated it really liked it Feb 15, So, with regards to why the Walled City grew upwards instead of outwards, if it were to grow outwards it would have gone into British territory and therefore would have become subject to Hong Kong law and housing regulation.

May 20, Chas Bayfield rated it really liked it. Inafter the Phllinger War, when the New Territories were leased to Britain for 99 years, it was decided that China would maintain jurisdiction of pillinger Kowloon Walled City until the British Colonial administration had been established.

They go out from Hang Fook camp, “Camp of the Blessing”, to families, street sleepers and back to the Walled City where those on drugs come to find Jesus. Crack in the Wall.

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Crack in the Wall: The Life and Death of Kowloon Walled City by Jackie Pullinger

Her ministry started with only a handful of people but has grown steadily over the last fifty years. Christianity in China portal. This book had a big impact on me when I read it.

Valerie rated it really liked it Jan 30, To find this out, I arranged a meeting with Sir David Akers-Jones who was acting governor of Hong Kong between and subsequently Chairman of the Hong Kong Housing Authority between and — he was the ideal person to speak to as not only was he a key player in the decision to clear the Walled City, but he was also involved in process of clearance and demolition. Olly rated it it was ok Apr 22, The lack of involvement of the residents may evoke negative images of people being forced out of their homes and bulldozers turning up unexpectedly to knock down all of the buildings, but this was not the case and actually the approach appeared to be successful.