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The History of Silver Lining Missions

2005

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  • Chris and Lydia Yeung moved to Nanning, China from the United Sates, and founded Silver Lining to help and provide job opportunities for the disabled youth. 

2007

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  • “Silver Lining Missions Limited” based in Hong Kong, and “Silver Lining Workshop” in Nanning were officially established. 

2008

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  • Emergency medical funds were set up to provide timely assistance for children with emergency needs. 

2009

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  • Officially registered as a non-profit organization in Hong Kong.  

  • Began to look into the situation in the mountain regions as well as the different needs that needed to be met.  

  • Established an orphanage in Da Hua.  

2010

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  • “Silver Lining Caring Center”, the orphanage based in Da Hua, received its first group of orphans. Began a support system to meet the needs of impoverished students located in the mountainous areas.  

2011

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  • Established Silver Lining rehabilitation center in Nanning, and began to provide "conducive learning” for children with cerebral palsy.  

2012

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  • Nanning Cerebral Palsy Rehabilitation Center expanded.  

  • Silver Lining initiated a community orphan support project to sponsor orphans.

2013

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  • Launched special education classes in Nanning rehabilitation center. 

2014

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  • Established a children center which provides services for left-behind children as well as children with other needs in Da Hua.  

2015

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  • Nanning Rehabilitation Center opened a daycare service for children with severe cerebral palsy.  

  • “The Wonders of Reading Initiative Program” launched in the United States where volunteers visit children’s hospitals to instill hope within volunteers and children, using reading as a medium.

2016

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  • Participated in the “International Conductive Education Guidance Conference” held in Hungary, sharing our background and experiences with conductive education.

2017

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  • Dahua Caring Center was relocated and changed its name to “Family Village”. 

  • In April, steps were made to open an orphanage, “Silver Lining Family Village” in Pwin OO Lwin, Myanmar.  

  • Preparations began to open several schools in the following areas: Nan Weng, Nan Zhan, Lashio, Nong Man, and Dang Yang.  

  • Another rehabilitation center, called “Eden Center”, was opened in Yangon, Myanmar for cerebral palsy children.  

2018

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  • “Family Village” moved location and began construction in Pyin OO Lwin, Mandalay, Myanmar.  

  • Construction started for “Myanmar Silver Lining HaoEn School”.  

  • Trained a local team in Hanoi, Vietnam to provide services for children with cerebral palsy in Vietnam.

2019

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  • The Silver Lining rehabilitation center in Hanoi, Vietnam successfully opened. Its guided rehabilitation education project for children with cerebral palsy started.   

  • Yangon’s student center was established in Yangon, Myanmar.  

  • Guangxi Youth Space was established in Dahua.