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GCI Holds Screening for 'Life So Good' in Hong Kong

The co-workers of GCI said that people were much more enthusiastic than they had expected. Some people marched into the screening stage with their entire family, some brought their friends, some even
( [email protected] ) Mar 22, 2005 08:03 PM EST

Hong Kong - Goodnews Communication International held their first screen test for 'Life So Good', a well-known gospel television show, on Mar 20. Within three hours, the screen test attracted more than 160 people for try-outs.

The co-workers of GCI said that people were much more enthusiastic than they had expected. Some people marched into the screening stage with their entire family, some brought their friends, some even brought their neighbour's children.

"Many brothers and sisters are interested in the screen test," they said. Some of the competitors even graduated from college majoring in professional performance.

'Life So Good' started two years ago by GCI to provide true testimonies. Today, this television show has become one of the most famous Christian broadcasted television shows in Hong Kong. Because of its popularity, 'Life So Good' has been used as a great tool to spread the Gospel. It is popular in Hong Kong and in overseas' areas where Chinese people gather, even the Arabic regions including Africa and Russia.

Shun-fai Kwan, the director and supervisor of 'Life So Good' said, "Before, only a few believers could take part in making of Cantonese Gospel films. This open screen test is one of the first ones to allow many to participate and try-out....We hope to find talented believers who have the same vision (to spread the Gospel through videos)....I am very touched by the heart to serve God of the passionate believers (who joint the screen test)."