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The Chinese Union Version of the Bible, published in 1919, remains the most dominant and popular translation used in China today. Here are some reasons why.
How the Foreign NGO Law Has Affected International Adoption (October 16, 2018, China File) The Chinese government has prevented foreign adoption agencies from legally filing temporary activities in China, and has effectively shut down at least three major official programs.
Duck Tales: The Origin of the Birds in Beijing’s Famous Dish (October 4, 2018, Sixth Tone) Chinese breeders are looking to seize back some of the lean duck market and ensure that the country’s most renowned duck dishes are domestically sourced.
China Unbound: What An Emboldened China Means For The World (October 2, 2018, NPR) It's time to say it has risen. But what does an emboldened China mean for the world?
In interview with an international student in China.
How are Chinese researchers approaching the complex issues facing the Chinese church?
As Christians in China enter a "tumultuous time," a brother stresses the need for a peaceful stance towards authorities and the danger of spreading rumors.
A helpful reference work for those called to dig deeper into God's word in a Chinese context.
For a deeper understanding of some of the issues facing the church in China today, check out this e-journal from Germany.
"In human history there have been countless times that have proved that people who try to obstruct this good news are only like praying mantises trying to stop chariots. People who enthusiastically try to replace the good news with something else not only lose their opportunity to get on the ship,...
Very few returnees are informed realistically about the situations and challenges they will face both in the broader context and in the culture of the church when they return to China. This book can help.
A conversation with Dr. Carsten Vala of Loyola University on the current situation of the church in China.
The future of Christian education in China will require a shift in emphasis from the church to the home.
A brother in China shares from personal experience about one summer that taught him the value of being prepared.
A TCK responds with three ways she's learned to respond to feeling like "everybody leaves" and "no one understands."
Ten books that will help you thrive in the midst of cultural change.
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