According to Jost Oliver Zetzsche, "the first edition of the completed Mandarin Union Version was received from the printer on April 22, 1919." That is 100 years ago today!Keep Reading
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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.
Timothy Richard Knew That God Loved Chinese People As Chinese People (April 17, 2019, Christianity Today) While historians remain interested in Richard’s role in these grand events from the past, the church today needs to hear from Richard the missionary.
Chinese immigrants helped build California, but they’ve been written out of its history (April 5, 2019, Los Angeles Times) From 1865 to 1869, as many as 20,000 Chinese laborers worked on the Central Pacific Railroad, which ran from Sacramento to Promontory Summit, Utah…
Tax Residency in China: Six-Year Rule Clarified (March 29, 2019, China Briefing) The announcement clarifies, among other things, when tax authorities will begin counting days spent in China for the purposes of determining the tax residency status of foreign workers.
According to Jost Oliver Zetzsche, "the first edition of the completed Mandarin Union Version was received from the printer on April 22, 1919." That is 100 years ago today!
Singing on Easter morning with hundreds of Chinese brothers and sisters was a tiny glimpse of heaven.
One of the least discussed aspects of the expatriate’s experience is the role of the home support community, particularly that of the home church.
In the spring of 1979, Ningbo Centennial Church became the first church in China to reopen its doors after the Cultural Revolution.
Guangzhou is worth a visit because it offers glimpses of not only China’s past and present, but its future as well.
The Tianjin CCC and TSPM hold a prayer and worship service as spring planting begins in rural areas.
Could Zhuangzi have something to teach us about the gospel?
How Buddhist teachings resonated with China's cultural identity making way for its spread.
A look at the political, rhetorical, historical, and theological contexts of sinicization.
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