Borden Memorial Hospital

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Borden Memorial Hospital is a hospital in Lanzhou, Gansu, China.

It was founded by the China Inland Mission, with money donated by the Borden family after the death of William Whiting Borden. Borden had meant to come to China as a missionary, but died in Cairo, Egypt while studying Arabic to prepare himself to serve the Muslims of China.

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In this hospital an outdoor corridor werelined with pictures of Chinese patients helped by all the missionary doctors. The words:

For God so love the World in Chinese still hangs over the corridor.