Resources by Kay Danielson
Kay Danielson (pseudonym) has lived and worked in China for over 25 years. She currently works in the field of cross-cultural training and consulting.
A New Voice
Trends in Chinese Pop Culture
Exploring the characteristics of emerging Chinese pop culture.
China and the Olympics
Prospects for Change
Looking ahead to the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
China in Transition
Transition to What?
Based on papers presented at the China 2020: Future Scenarios conference, the author identifies four scenarios and some key signposts that may indicate the direction China is heading in the future.
A Journey into the Future of a Rising Power
China Road: A Journey into the Future of a Rising Power by Rob Gifford. Reviewed by Kay Danielson
China's Changing Population
In any attempt to analyze China's future, the country's demographics are part of the picture.
China's Global Generation
What does the global generation look like in China? What implications are there for reaching this generation with the gospel?
Contextualizing the Christian Message in China
Is the gospel accessible and understandable in China today?
God is Red
Liao Yiwu interviewed Christians in Yunnan Province and other parts of China to hear their stories and help the world understand the true spirit of China. In so doing, he also tells the story of the power of the gospel to change hearts and provide sustaining grace.
House Church Attitudes towards Government Authorities
ChinaSource recently asked six leaders of house churches, in various parts of the country, about the current environment that affects their practice of religion in their location. Their responses, detailing the environment as well as their attitudes towards the local authorities and the issue of registration, are expressed in this...
Looking Backwards and Forwards
A ChinaSource interview conducted by Kay Danielson with a long-time expatriate Christian working in China.
One of the wonderful things about cross-cultural living is the nearly constant barrage of surprises. After living in a country for nearly ten years, it is easy to fool yourself into thinking that you have the place figured out, that you know what is up and what is down, what...
Pastoring in a Registered Church
A ChinaSource interview conducted by Kay Danielson In a recent interview, a pastor of a church, located in a rural district of a northern city in China, speaks about the congregation, its steady growth, its relationship with government officials, the challenges it faces and his responsibilities.
Peeking beneath the Surface
An Introduction to the Mainland Chinese Soul, LEAD Consulting. Reviewed by Kay Danielson
Seeing China through the Lenses of History
The people of China view current events through two historical lenses.