Harbin Ice and Snow Festival 2020 (January 6, 2020, BBC) Here are some of the best bits from this year's festival, in China's Heilongjiang north-east province. The annual event features ice slides, ice sculptures and even a snow-themed mass wedding.Keep Reading
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Contemporary Chinese Christian artists have grown out of historical relationships between Chinese culture, contemporary art, and Christianity. This article looks as these three factors to help us understand contemporary Chinese Christian art.
Harbin Ice and Snow Festival 2020 (January 6, 2020, BBC) Here are some of the best bits from this year's festival, in China's Heilongjiang north-east province. The annual event features ice slides, ice sculptures and even a snow-themed mass wedding.
China can't rule out new virus spreading between humans (January 15, 2020, CBS News) The possibility that a new virus in central China could spread between humans cannot be ruled out, though the risk of transmission at the moment appears to be low, Chinese officials said Wednesday.
The Future of America’s Contest with China (January 6, 2020, The New Yorker) Washington is in an intensifying standoff with Beijing. Which one will fundamentally shape the twenty-first century?
We continue to hear of cross-cultural workers and their families leaving China—often returning to a "home" culture that no longer feels quite like home. How can parents help their children through this transition?
Which Chinese Bible translation is best? A Chinese professor of systematic theology responds.
Can the current persecution be an opportunity as well as a danger to the church in China? I think we should be confident at this point to say “yes.” This happened in biblical times, and is happening to the church in China of the 21st century, too.
An opportunity to “step away from delivering thoughts about the Chinese house church and instead offer the English-speaking world a chance to sit directly at the feet of our Chinese brothers and sisters.”
The challenges blind people face in China and how Christians can help.
Artist Bai Yan brings to life our love for specific idols that can overtake our love for the Lord.
"In the past three decades . . . [n]ew and healthy models of overseas Chinese churches and ministries have emerged. Yet the same questions remain. For every generation that has worked through the generational and cultural issues, another has just arrived, or is on the way." This book provides a means...
What did Christmas 2019 look like in China? China Christian Daily collected photos of Christmas Eve services from various churches and seminaries around the country.
Working hard is vital to effective language learning—but you have to know how to work hard.
Anyone who hangs around me even a little has heard me say, in response to almost any question about China, “It’s complicated.”
Which posts caught the attention of CCV readers this year?
As we get ready to start a new year, listen to this song in German or English so you can understand its message. Then, even if you do not understand Chinese, listen to the Chinese version. Listen as Chinese Christians sing about their faith and trust in God who will...