At The New York Times, Ian Johnson reports that Beijing has closed a loophole that allowed online...
by Liu Yong | Jun 13, 2009
From Toronto Star: By all accounts, Shi Weihan was a model Chinese citizen. A kind-hearted man with a sense of social responsibility, he donated funds to send poor kids to school, raised money for those suffering from congenital...
by Liu Yong | Aug 17, 2008
From AP: Chinese customs officials confiscated more than 300 Bibles on Sunday from four American Christians who arrived in a southwestern city with plans to distribute them, the group’s leader said. The Bibles were taken...
by Morgan Figuers | Jun 21, 2008
Even though Chinese Christians are still a religious minority that can only legally obtain Bibles from state-approved churches, the economies of Bible printing seem to be loosening these restrictions. From the Los Angeles Times:...
by Xiao Qiang | Dec 31, 2007
by Liu Yong | Nov 8, 2007
by Wu Nan | Mar 10, 2007
Hotels in Beijing should provide Bibles for foreign visitors during the upcoming Beijing Olympic Games, a Chinese political adviser said… Beijing is expected
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