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Dr A.J (Jim) Broomhall (1911-1994) was a great-nephew of J.Hudson Taylor the founder of the China Indland Mission and athird genertation missionary family in China. He worked as a missionary doctor among the Nosu in southwest China and the Mangyan in the Phillipines. His devotion to the Nosu is epitomized in the fact that just hours before he died he received news that the provincial government in his beloved Nosuland had just given permission for the agency Medical Services International to work there - it was as if he had been waiting to hear that before he could depart in peace.
Dr Broomhall's books are Strong Tower, Strong Mans Prey, and seven volumes on the life of Hudson Taylor, Fields for Reaping is on his work in the Philippines. His final contribution was The Shaping of Modern China (2 vols): Hudson Taylor's Life and Legacy 1760 pages on Hudson Taylor's contribution in China.-Editorial Review.