To a Japanese professor with Chinese scholars, a Chinese businesswoman with a German officemate, a teacher’s aide, a group of musicians, a retired neighbor and so many others, “Thank you, for helping me have a faith without borders.”Keep Reading
From the ChinaSource president.
Our readers are given a look back at the origins of the ChinaSource Quarterly, its development over the years, and the process used to keep it on the cutting-edge of current happenings in China.
Can China become the wine world’s next California? (May 12, 2019, South China Morning Post) The US state took 40 years to become one of the world’s great wine regions. China wants to do it in 10.
The Hermit Culture Living On in China’s Misty Mountains (May 4, 2019, Sixth Tone) Disillusioned recluses have come to the Zhongnan Mountains for centuries. Now, a government campaign threatens their way of life.
Chiang Mai’s Chinese Transfer Students (April 26, 2019, China File) In search of an affordable alternative to Chinese education, a growing number of Chinese parents are moving their children to international schools in Thailand.
To a Japanese professor with Chinese scholars, a Chinese businesswoman with a German officemate, a teacher’s aide, a group of musicians, a retired neighbor and so many others, “Thank you, for helping me have a faith without borders.”
While the number of Christians continues to grow in China, so too does the number of cults active in China.
What is considered normal and acceptable in education varies from culture to culture. Understanding cultural values is crucial for students to succeed.
Without being a heavy historical text, this book provides something for everyone interested in China.
For many years I had a scroll hanging on my wall with the Chinese characters for faith, hope, and love. If the Biblical admonition to be salt and light includes our home decorations, well, this little piece of parchment was salty indeed.
Late last year, a group of pastors, minsitry leaders and students met to discuss the needs of international students in China and how to best support those serving them.
The last decade has seen an increase in the number of young Chinese scholars choosing to make Christianity part of their academic studies. Who are these young scholars?
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the first edition of the completed Mandarin Union Version Bible. Instrumental in the distribution of this Bible in China has been Amity Printing Press in Nanjing.
Is reconciliation between the Three-self church and house church possible?
Following the Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation held in Beijing last week, here are resources to provide background and context.
Isn't this just propaganda, empty threats, or show. Haven’t we seen similar programs rolled out in the past?
The ultimate and eternal aim of raising children is to lead them to become people who worship God, which is the fundamental difference between how disciples of Christ and the people of the world raise children. Praying with children and leading them to pray is essential to achieving this aim....
A ten-week Bible study that encourages the internationally mobile to turn to see what the Bible says about transition.