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ZGBriefs

ZGBriefs | November 5, 2015

Calling China’s New National Spy Hotline (November 2, 2015, China Real Time)
A man answering the hotline Monday afternoon said he didn’t know why the national hotline was not located in a more central city like Beijing or whether the government planned to set up a toll-free version. So far, he said, no one had called to report any suspicious activity.

Chinese Church Voices

Top Christian News Stories in China in 2014 (# 6-10)‬

Last week we posted part one of a translated article “Top Ten Christian News Stories in China in 2014”, highlighting stories #1-5. This week, we are posting the translation of the second half of the original article (from The Christian Times), with items #6-10: The Almighty God cult murders, the rise of ISIS and persecution of Christians worldwide, the government’s moves towards establishing rule of law for religion, a European Chinese church revival meeting, and a popular Christian singer.

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ZGBriefs | May 11, 2017

Sing the national anthem, says China - but only at this speed (May 9, 2017, Sky News)
China has already banned its national anthem from being belted out at weddings and funerals – but now, even more restrictions are on the way. A law is being prepared to set the tempo at which the ballad should be played and sung, with consequences for those who put the anthem in a "damaging situation".

Chinese Church Voices

Video: What is Christmas and Who is Jesus?

In 2008, members of the English fellowship of Haidian Christian Church in Beijing did a series of "man on the street" interviews, asking people what they knew about Christmas and Jesus. The video was then used in their Christmas program at the church. Christmas may be popular in China, but most people still don't have any idea what it is really all about.

ZGBriefs

March 8, 2013

What does the future hold for China? (March 5, 2013, BBC)

China's moment of change has come. After a decade in power, President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao are stepping aside. Xi Jinping and a new generation are taking over. Already elevated to the post of general secretary of the Communist Party last November, Xi Jinping will be confirmed as China's new head of state by the National People's Congress now meeting in Beijing. So, naturally, the question everyone is asking is, what does the future hold for China? How will Xi Jinping govern this huge, complex and increasingly powerful nation?

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The "Two Meetings"—a look at what China claims to have accomplished in the past year, and where it intends to go.

ZGBriefs

ZGBriefs | June 25, 2020

There is no “post-COVID-19” era in China. There is only the COVID-19 era to adapt to (June 23, 2020, China Briefing) Foreign investors in China and Asia need to prepare for a three-year period before COVID-19 is done.

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ZGBriefs | January 11, 2018

Livestreaming Country Life Is Turning Some Chinese Farmers into Celebrities (January 3, 2018, NPR)
Each day, farmer Liu livestreams video of his life in rural Sichuan province to nearly 200,000 subscribers

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ZGBriefs | August 2, 2018

How a Chinese cook helped establish Yosemite and the National Park Service (July 22, 2018, NBC News) “Hundreds of Chinese go to Yosemite. ... Imagine what the experience would be for them if they knew that Chinese worked on these roads over a hundred years ago.”

Chinese Church Voices

Top Christian News Stories in China in 2014 (#1-5)

On December 31, 2014, the mainland site Christian Times published a long article titled “Taking Stock at the End of the Year: Christian Times Top Ten Chinese Christian News Stories of 2014.” Topping their list, of course, was the ongoing church and cross demolition campaign in Zhejiang Province. But there were other events that caught the attention of believers in China, including a church scandal in Korea, a Mandarin-language evangelistic conference in Hong Kong, a celebration of the restoration of the church in Shenzhen, and the banning of two house churches in Foshan, Guangdong Province. We have translated the article and, since it is quite long, will publish it in two separate posts.