Some call Dr. James Garrow
a "criminal" and "human trafficker.
Others are more impressed by his
central role in saving 40,000 innocent Chinese girls from death and his
having been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize!
As you can imagine, his
brand-new book is both extraordinary and inspirational.
And today only, WND readers can get a copy of Jim Garrow's
"The Pink Pagoda: One Man's Quest To End Gendercide in China" for only $4.95 - a tremendous $21 discount off the regular price.
It all started in 2000 when Garrow, the fantastically successful chief of the Bethune Institute's popular schools in China, one day found his assistant weeping.
Human Events reports the woman told how her
sister's husband was insisting that the couple's newborn daughter be smothered - to make way for a son under China's one-child policy.
promised the help and was able to place the infant in an adoption agency.
It didn't take long for his
success to become known and his
help to be sought.
One thing led to another, and since that time he
has spent some $31 million of his
own money to divert the trail of death that China creates with its limits on children.
employees, deep-cover Chinese intelligence assets and his
own safety to save girls, one at a time, from the clutches of death, Garrow
illustrates the power of God to shape lives and influence others to fight injustices around the world.
"You should also know that I am considered a criminal by those who consider the work I do to be 'human trafficking,'" said Garrow
work involves letting word spread to Chinese families that their baby girls are wanted by couples around the globe.
efforts in "human trafficking," Garrow
was nominated for the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize, which eventually was won by Barack Obama.
"The Pink Pagoda" takes the reader into a world that continues to be shrouded in mystery and shadows.
The book's purpose is not to denigrate the Chinese government or people.
Rather, the story of gendercide and of Garrow's efforts to end it, represent a terrible tragedy for China whose people are forced into heartbreaking choices because of an ill-conceived law established back in 1979.
Garrow is the executive director of the Bethune Institute in Canada and is in charge of the group's network of schools for children of the Chinese elite.
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