Marilee Pierce Dunker Shares History of World Vision and Taiwan: Sometimes Faith is a Blank Check

By Vineworker

On the fourth day of my visit to Taiwan, my World Vision hostess, Charlotte, and I took the bullet train through the heart of the island to the gorgeous mountains around Sun Moon Lake. The sparkling crater lake is now one of the most desirable tourist destinations on Taiwan, but when I came here with my Dad in 1965 it was best known for being General and Madam Chiang Kai-shek's summer home. I wish my 50-year-old memories were not so hazy! But I do remember that Dad and I had the honor of worshiping in Madam Chiang's private chapel while we were there.

Two special women joined Charlotte and me for this two-day excursion: Tiffany Wang, a member of the World Vision Taiwan board, and Bonnie Wurzburger, World Vision International's vice president of Marketing. I was thrilled when they offered to make the trip with me. It is always more fun to share an adventure with friends!

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Marilee Pierce Dunker, Puli Christian Hospital, Taiwan,