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Strong faith is built upon history. Knowledge and reflection on history are essential for the church and for those who serve.
Chinese Grads Return Home With Degrees and Disillusionment (November 10, 2017, Sixth Tone)
“Unlike 10 years ago, employers now don’t care much whether a candidate has studied abroad.”
Confucius Institutes across Africa are nurturing generations of pro-China Mandarin speakers (November 3, 2017, Quartz)
China is driving the largest language and culture-promoting initiative the world has ever seen.
Documentary: Down From the Mountains (October 31, 2017, China File)
The three siblings are among an estimated 9 million so-called “left-behind children” currently living in the Chinese countryside without their parents.
Big data meets Big Brother as China moves to rate its citizens (October 21, 2017, Wired)
But now imagine a system where all these behaviours are rated as either positive or negative and distilled into a single number, according to rules set by the government. That would create your Citizen Score and it would tell everyone whether or not you were trustworthy.
A look at the cities of the ancient Silk Road today—the cities of the "One Belt, One Road initiative.
Can Chinese missionary-sending organizations help re-balance the seesaw and increase the effectiveness and sustainability of cross-cultural missionaries from China?
Where will the Chinese missions effort fall on the spectrum of long-term missions-sending success?
Five Chinese Christians tell what "At thirty, I stood independent" looks like to them.
What we need is the word of God’s grace, which is more than able to ensure that returnees not only survive, but thrive, as committed members of churches back in China.
Chinese pastors and scholars share their thoughts on the significance of the Reformation for Chinese churches.
My Pakistani friend asked, “May I visit your church?” I welcomed him along. He listened to a Bible talk in English, read the Urdu text on my iPhone, and asked me questions in Chinese.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner for Americans, but for one minority tribe in China—the Christians of the Lahu people in Yunnan province—Thanksgiving came when with the harvest of their first fall crops.
Our assumptions drive our conclusions about the motivation behind government policies. But are they correct? Do we have any way of confirming or refuting them? Do we really know what is going on?
Today Christians celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. But why?
The Communist Party of China just wrapped up its 19th Party Congress in Beijing. Here are some “takeaways.”
I met Dr. Brent Fulton in the spring of 2008 at a ChinaSource consultation in Shenzhen.
As ChinaSource celebrates 20 years of service we are digging into our archives for articles chronicling the myriad far-reaching changes in China during the past two decades.