Ethnic Minorities

ResearchShare

Tibetans in the Gyairong Region

走进Tibetan-嘉绒

This research report focuses on a Tibetan people group in the Gyairong region of Sichuan. The report covers the background of the people group and an account of one church’s involvement with them. It also includes a history of work among these people and lessons learned that can be helpful in bringing the gospel to them today.

Supporting Article

The “Model Minority” Myth in the Chinese American Church

Today's Challenges

In the United States, Asian Americans, including Chinese Americans, have been presented as sterling examples of immigrants who have ascended through the ranks to achieve the American dream. Lee explores this concept, how Chinese Americans see themselves, and the impact of this perception upon their faith and church life.

Blog Entries

God’s Work among the Lisu

Over 100 years ago, God began a work along the steep inclines above the Nujiang River in Yunnan that greatly impacted the Lisu people and many others along with and through them.

Blog Entries

Serving in a Minority Area

Finding ways to get to know people on a deeper level.

Chinese Church Voices

A Letter to the Uyghurs in Xinjiang

A Han Chinese writes an open letter to his Uyghur friends in Xinjiang.

Blog Entries

China’s Uyghurs

What You Need to Know

A brief but instructive history from the Oxford Research Encyclopedia.

Chinese Church Voices

Lahu Christians Celebrate Thanksgiving

In Pictures

Thanksgiving is just around the corner for Americans, but for one minority tribe in China—the Christians of the Lahu people in Yunnan province—Thanksgiving came when with the harvest of their first fall crops. 

Peoples of China

The Tibetans in Gyairong Region

A Research Report

The author provides us with a research report on a Tibetan people group in the Gyairong region of Sichuan. He gives background and then traces his church’s involvement with this people group. He goes on to relate the history of missionary work among these people and lessons learned that can be helpful in bringing the gospel to them today.

Peoples of China

Technology and Unreached Peoples

Will the technological advances taking place in China effectively bring the good news to the unreached peoples of China?

Peoples of China

“City Slickers” and “Country Bumpkins”

Are They People Groups?

Is the cultural divide between migrants and urban citizens yet another barrier to the gospel?