A New Wave of Immigration from China to the US
The new group of immigrants from mainland China is very different from Chinese immigrants of the past decades. Are Chinese churches in the US aware of this new trend? Do they have plans to adapt mission strategies and approaches in response?
Chinese Migrants in the Stew Pot of Dubai
A Book Review of Chinese in Dubai
The religious environment [in Dubai] prompts many Chinese expatriates to do some soul-searching… For Muslims… it has meant being in an environment where they are …part of a majority… They feel the pressure of having to be “good citizens” …as they are unofficial ambassadors.
Being Chinese, Staying Christian in Europe
“We need to have the confirmation and confidence in the Lord that our first identity is as followers of Jesus, not as Chinese immigrants, businessmen, elders, founding pastors, or church-building pastors. Our most important identity is in our union with Christ.”
Where to Work in the Diaspora?
Mission-sending organizations have limited personnel and resources to invest. How should they make good decisions?
Are You Ready for the Diaspora?
For many ministries this time of increased religious restriction in the Chinese mainland has sparked a heightened interest in the Chinese diaspora. Here are four essential questions for your sending group to consider.
A Conversation from Down Under
3 Questions Video Interview with Peter Anderson
Learn more about the Chinese diaspora in New Zealand and the South Pacific Islands with Peter Anderson, editor of the spring 2022 issue of ChinaSource Quarterly and our own Joann Pittman.
3 Questions: Interview with Peter Anderson
Discussing the Chinese Diaspora in New Zealand
To learn more about the Chinese diaspora in New Zealand and the South Pacific Islands, Joann Pittman interviewed Peter Anderson, editor of the spring 2022 issue of ChinaSource Quarterly.
How Can God Reach These People? (2)
A Look at the Chinese Diaspora in Southern Africa
What an exciting prospect to see Chinese people, who are themselves “scattered people,” raised up to not only reach their own in effective outreach and discipleship multiplication, but to also see them reaching out to the many unreached people groups in their new surroundings.
Second-Generation Chinese Youth—Kiwi and American
A Reader Responds
A reader discusses the similar challenges faced by second generation Chinese youth in the US and New Zealand. He concludes with an overview of strategies that might help Kiwi churches minister to the needs of their second generation.
Packing a Punch!
From the desk of the guest editor.