Dissident Chinese Christians Plan Talks with Bush – Reuters

From Reuters via the New York Times (link):

Chinese Christian dissidents critical of Beijing’s controls on religion say they are scheduled to meet President George W. Bush in the White House this week to discuss freedom of belief in China.

, a Beijing-based writer and evangelical Christian, told Reuters by telephone from Midland, Texas, that he and two other Chinese Christians — Li Baiguang and Wang Yi — were scheduled to meet Bush for half an hour on Thursday to discuss their faith and its place in China.

The three were visiting the United States and intended to return to China.

See also – “Fight For Religious Freedom by Yue Jie” by China Aid Online; – US State Department’s “International Religious Freedom Report: China

May 9, 2006, 7:24 PM
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