Following reports of Bishop Cosma Shi Enxiang’s death last week, conflicting accounts of his...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 8, 2013
While some Christian missionaries in China aim to fill spaces left by the suppression of traditional values and decline of Maoism, others work to convert members of already beleaguered minority cultures such as Tibetan Buddhism....
by Samuel Wade | Feb 22, 2013
At The Guardian, Jonathan Kaiman examines the activities of Christian missionaries in Tibet. These have prompted widespread distrust among the overwhelmingly Buddhist population, but appear to be tacitly accepted by the...
by Zhaohua Li | Oct 12, 2007
The Opposite End of China offers a tough, if slightly flippant, read on yesterday’s report that the Chinese government recently shut down two Christian-run businesses in Xinjiang on grounds they were fronts for missionary work. The post focuses on the fate of the Xinjiang Pacific Agricultural Resources Development Company, one of the targeted firms: Of […]
by Gao Fei | Jul 10, 2007
From AP via Washington Post: China has kicked out more than 100 suspected foreign missionaries in a campaign to prevent proselytizing ahead of next year’s Beijing Summer Olympics, a U.S. monitoring group said Tuesday. The government launched “a massive expulsion campaign of foreign Christians” in February dubbed Typhoon No. 5, said the China Aid Association, […]
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