Since 1978, China’s population under absolute poverty has been reduced from 250 million to 150 million. China has successful poverty eradication and development experience, but still many Chinese people are living in poverty and the gap between the rich and the poor are widening. Summarization and reflection of the experience of poverty eradication in China, is significant to poor people in China and the world. This General Education Course is offered by Shaw College, which adopts a Service-Learning method, requires students to conduct field visit, research and service in poor area of China. Students can understand the needs of the residents by participating in the interviews with community residents. Being engaged in direct service, students can understand values and difficulties of the projects. Finally, students are required to evaluate different poverty alleviation strategies of Government and NGOs in their reporting sessions. This course is multi-disciplinary studies which call for a collaborative effort between students with interests in poverty and development.