The Heavenly Man: The Remarkable True Story of Chinese Christian Brother Yun - Chapters Twenty-Six through Twenty-Nine Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Twenty-Six through Twenty-Nine Summary and Analysis

In chapter twenty-six, Yun is in Canada in 2000 preparing for a television interview when someone presents him with a copy of an email attacking several of Yun's claims and announcing that Deling and the children are currently in Myanmar. Yun is especially angry that Deling and the children might be in danger if officials from China or Myanmar read the email. There are letters in support of Yun sent immediately from Christian leaders in China and the Canadian tour continues.

In chapter twenty-seven, Yun, Delng, Yilin and Isaac have plans to travel to Thailand. Yun has a dream that he is questioned at the airport and an identification card prompts his arrest. Yun assures Deling he will be fine, and the family splits up to travel in several small groups. Yun walks into the airport...

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