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Written by members of the ChinaSource staff.
Chinese Church Voices
Worship in the Mountains of Yunnan
Singing hymns and the testimony of a church leader.
Chinese Church Voices
Xiao Min on Preparing for the Lord's Return
Xiao Min is the composer of a body of traditional Chinese worship music called the Canaan Hymns. This article from the Christian Times reports on a talk that she recently gave in Anhui Province on the topic of the Second Coming.
Youth in China
Recent research on church leaders in China conducted by ChinaSource and others revealed that one of their chief concerns is raising up the next generation. Youth ministry is still a relatively undeveloped area, but, as the quotes in this month's Lantern show, the needs are great. Please join us in...
Chinese Church Voices
Yu Jie: A Christian Future for China
In August, First Things published an article penned by the Chinese Christian intellectual Yu Jie titled “China’s Christian Future.”
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ZGBriefs The Weeks Top Picks, April 10 Issue
Schools, nostalgia, and explaining the unexplainable these are the subjects of our top picks in ZGBriefs this week.
ZGBriefs The Weeks Top Picks, April 17 Issue
Our favorite stories this week cover the gamut searching for Hui identity in Taiwan; the life of "Taobao Girls" in Beijing; the June 4 crack-down in Chengdu; and a trailer for an upcoming documentary about a Tibetan woman living in Beijing. China is nothing, if not complex!
ZGBriefs The Weeks Top Picks, April 3 Issue
Tomorrow (April 5) is "Tomb-Sweeping Day," a festival to honor the ancestors by tending their graves. There were two articles about this that caught our attention this week.
ZGBriefs The Weeks Top Picks, August 14 Issue
Two glimpses of China's past and the impending trial of a recent infamous murder top this week's list of items not to be missed.
ZGBriefs The Weeks Top Picks, August 21 Issue
Our top picks this week are all on the lighter side. We hope you find them as interesting as we did.
ZGBriefs The Weeks Top Picks, August 28 Issue
To celebrate the start of a new school year, two of our top picks this week have to do with language learning. The third one is a look at China's internet censorship regime.
ZGBriefs The Weeks Top Picks, August 8 Issue
The stories that captured our attention this week provide glimpses into religion in China, an arrest, and the Chinese student community in Los Angeles.
ZGBriefs The Weeks Top Picks, July 10 Issue
An arrest and a peek into history this week's must read ZGBriefs articles.
ZGBriefs The Weeks Top Picks, July 17 Issue
We included quite a few articles about education in this week's ZGBriefs, but a couple of them stood out to us. One is a podcast discussion of education in China; the other is a look at Chinese study abroad programs. In addition, there were two articles about the Uyghur experience...
ZGBriefs The Weeks Top Picks, July 24 Issue
Churches, migration, and anti-corruption campaigns are the topics of this week's Top Picks from the ZGBriefs Newsletter.
ZGBriefs The Weeks Top Picks, July 31 Issue
The news out of and about China this week is incredibly eclectic, just like China itself.
ZGBriefs The Weeks Top Picks, June12 Issue
History in the making and forgotten history were in the news this week along with Chinese-style self-help and the extension of Chinese consumerism to the US.
ZGBriefs The Weeks Top Picks, June 19 Issue
The church demolitions continue in Zhejiang, as does the commentary trying to make sense of it all. Two articles this week contributed to the conversation.
ZGBriefs The Weeks Top Picks, June 26 Issue
The articles that caught our eye in this week's ZGBriefs Newsletter fall within two large topicsChinese language and Confucianism.
ZGBriefs The Weeks Top Picks, June 5 Issue
There was really only ONE story out of China this week, namely the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Incident. We could have devoted the entirety of ZGBriefs to the marking of that event, but we narrowed it down to a handful. Two of those articles are highlighted here....