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I kept hearing the term "UPGs," but honestly, I didn't know what my fellow workers at TWR were talking about.  Well, during an interview with "Charlotte," I found my answer.  "Charlotte" (which is the name we are using for today's guest due to security concerns) works with TWR in China, and she informed me that UPGs stand for Unreached People Groups.  I think you'll be surprised at the number of UPGs in China.  Take a listen to today's program. 

Click here to learn more about TWR's work in China

(Photo of Andy Napier interviewing "Charlotte")