Asian Association of Christian Philosophers (AACP)
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1991 Hong Kong
1991, Choung Chou Island (Hong Kong), as Asian Association of Catholic Philosophers (AACP). Constitution approved, 1992. Current title adopted, Dec 2008.
Promote teaching, learning and research in philosophy and religion; disseminate philosophical and religious knowledge to society; exchange and share ideas among Christian philosophers and other scholars; promote the understanding of one's own culture and other cultures; promote mutual understanding, peace and cooperation on both a regional and global scale.
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Board of Directors of 11 members. President; Secretary-General/Treasurer; 2 Honorary Presidents. Honorary members.
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