Resources from Spring 2010
Cultural Continuity and Discontinuity in Chinese Church Leadership
The shaping of Christian leaders in modern China.
Higher Education in China Today
The Scene and the Backdrop
More Chinese young people are attending university than ever before. A look at the current situation in higher education and key contributing factors.
Ethnic Relations in China with Special Reference to Its Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
The challenges of achieving the goal of integration for ethnic minorities in China and Hong Kong.
The Church in Henan
Henan: The Galilee of China (Volume 2 of the "Fire & Blood" series) by Paul Hattaway Reviewed by Tony Lambert
Convergence or Divergence?
Chinese Culture in a Globalized World
Japanese-American scholar Fukuyama introduced the notion of "the end of history," proporting that the world was now one and history should come to an end. Others have claimed that globalization has "leveled the playing field." And yet others view globalization quite differently. The real question is how we should view...
Christianity's Impact on Chinese Society
Is Christianity influencing China's culture?
Editor's Note: This editorial originally appeared in "Chinese Culture: Continuity or Discontinuity?" (ChinaSource, 2010 Spring).