Articles in this Issue
China's Great Leap Outward
Editor's Note: This editorial originally appeared in "Chinese in Today's World" (CS Quarterly, 2012 Summer).
Missiological Implications of Chinese Christians in Europe
The author tells us where Mainland Chinese are found in Europe, what they are involved in and their relationships to Christianity. He discusses their ties with established European Chinese churches, their impact upon the church in China as many return to their homeland and the outreach of European churches to...
Mainland Chinese on the African Continent
Every year, China does $10 billion worth of trade with Africaand this continues to increase. Thus, the continent, and especially South Africa, is drawing a large number of Mainland Chinese. Who are these Chinese and what are their situations? Who is trying to reach them with the Gospel and what...
Peoples of China
A Look at the Chinese Diaspora around the World
From New Zealand to Canada, from professionals to laborers, we are given brief glimpses of the third Chinese diaspora in a variety of countries. A number of diaspora workers give us glimpses into the lives of the people they work with and how they are presenting them with the Gospel....
The Dragon's Gift
The Real Story of China in Africa
The reviewer discusses the author's argument that China has created her own path for aid, how this is working in Africa and what it means for the continent.
Chinese Church Voices
With translated sermons, articles and blog posts, this new web site provides a platform from which non-Chinese speakers can access conversations taking place within China's on-line Christian community to broaden their understanding of the issues facing the Chinese church.
China is experiencing a third diaspora. From South Africa to Ukraine, from Peru to Australia, 18 million Chinese have moved abroad legally, along with many others entering countries illegally, and have settled in 150 different countries since the reforms of 1978 through 2008.1 They are by no means a homogenous group. Professionals, business men and women, semi-skilled and unskilled workers, students and the wealthy, for a variety of reasons are leaving China, some for the short-term and others long-term. Do these people have opportunities to hear the gospel, and what impact is it having on them? Are Christians in their host countries reaching out to them? Are those who leave China as Christians ministering to their countrymen and others? What about the diaspora Chinese church? This edition of the ChinaSource Quarterly looks at some of these issues.
Brent Fulton is the president of ChinaSource and the editor of the ChinaSource Quarterly. Prior to assuming his current position, he served from 1995 to 2000 as the managing director of the Institute for Chinese Studies at Wheaton College. From 1987 to 1995 he served as founding US director of... View Full Bio