The Dungan are an ethnically Chinese people who left China in the late eighteenth century seeking religious and political freedom and a better life under Russian rule. They settled in what are today Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan. More devout in following Islam than most other Central Asian peoples, the Dungan also hold on to their Chinese heritage, speaking Mandarin dialects, eating with chopsticks, and keeping other practices from their previous homeland. As you use this prayer guide to read about and pray for the Dungan, you will share in their lives and catch a glimpse of God's love for the Dungan. 33-page e-book. 45 MB.
Reader comments: "You folks were an important part of launching work among the Dungan about 10 years ago, and we're grateful!” Pastor Don Baron, Honolulu, Hawaii
Also available: Unreached Peoples of Central Asia DVD.