The guest editors' point of view.
With the lack of pastoral ethics and recent church expansion, the use of power often becomes a problem. The causes of power abuse and the church’s response are explored.
China’s population to peak in 2023, five years earlier than official estimates, new research shows (May 2, 2019, South China Morning Post) Did Beijing’s policymakers wait too long to lift the controversial one-child policy for its rapidly greying society? A new report suggests they did.
Video: The legendary tale behind the Dragon Boat Festival (June 5, 2019, Inkstone) The Dragon Boat Festival falls on the fifth day of the fifth month on the traditional Chinese calendar. This year it's on June 7.
Vatican’s Chinese Christian artworks go on display at Beijing’s Palace Museum (May 28, 2019, South China Morning Post) Chinese artworks owned by the Vatican Museums have gone on display at the Palace Museum inside Beijing’s Forbidden City until July 14.
A Three-self church in Beijing makes visitation ministry a priority. Although less visible, the team has made a remarkable impact on the church and community.
In the summer of 2011 I spent about two months traversing China from Kunming in the south to Hegang near the Russian border in the north visiting registered churches and interviewing the pastors.
Two women addicted to heroin find hope at the Home of Abundant Grace.
Looking ahead to the 2019 summer issue of ChinaSource Quarterly, "Leadership Ethics."
Suggestions for what to pack when heading to the beach, mountains, or wherever your summer travel takes you.
A go-to resource for those wanting a brief overview of Chinese history or are looking for an engaging textbook for young students.
Chinese parents often assume that their children attending international schools have the same attitudes, values, and language skills as those attending Chinese schools, but the instruction on how to think—and behave in society—follows different cultural norms.
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.