Chinese engagement in Africa to date may provide some clues as to how China will impact the "belt and road" nations in the future.
As part of our on-going commemoration of the 20th anniversary of ChinaSource, we want to collect photos documenting the changes that have taken place in China. Whether you lived and worked there or were just visiting, we’d love to include your photos.
How can financial resources be shared effectively? What needs to be considered?
The long-awaited revision of the draft religion regulations circulated last September was signed into law last month and will take effect February 1, 2018.
As ChinaSource celebrates 20 years of ministry, it is a time of reflection and giving thanks. We are privileged to have served the China-ministry community for as long as we have. With today’s post, we are beginning a series, called Looking Back that will take a closer look at those twenty years.
A review of Andrew Kaiser's The Rushing on of the Purposes of God: Christian Missions in Shanxi since 1876.
A second look at Chinese Theology, an apology, and a way forward.
Notes from the US China Catholic Bureau Conference held August 11-13 in New York City.
More on a new resource about contextualization, honor, and shame from Jackson Wu.
Nestled in a spring-fed valley in the desert northeast of Los Angeles, St. Andrew’s Abbey is a long way from its roots in Chengdu. The only living link that remains is Brother Peter Zhou Bangjiu, a 91-year-old Sichuan native who rejoined the abbey in 1985 following his release from a Chinese labor camp.