Martin Chan is a Master of Divinity student at Yale Divinity School, and he is serving as Communication Assistant at the Yale Center for Faith & Culture.

He grew up in Hong Kong. In 2014, he came to the US for his undergraduate study at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he met his future wife, Cathy. After receiving his B.A. in International Studies and Economics, he interned for a year in the Multicultural Ministry of Blackhawk Church in Madison, Wisconsin. During his internship, he discovered his passion for academic theology. He aspires to become a public theologian who creates interdisciplinary dialogues in non-Christian cultures, particularly those in East Asia.

Martin is also a big fan of Japanese anime. He dreams that one day, he can use anime to preach the gospel and teach theology.

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Martin Chan is a Master of Divinity student at Yale Divinity School, and he is serving as Communication Assistant at the Yale Center for Faith & Culture.

He grew up in Hong Kong. In 2014, he came to the US for his undergraduate study at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he met his future wife, Cathy. After receiving his B.A. in International Studies and Economics, he interned for a year in the Multicultural Ministry of Blackhawk Church in Madison, Wisconsin. During his internship, he discovered his passion for academic theology. He aspires to become a public theologian who creates interdisciplinary dialogues in non-Christian cultures, particularly those in East Asia.

Martin is also a big fan of Japanese anime. He dreams that one day, he can use anime to preach the gospel and teach theology.

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