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The End of Cheap China

A new book is on its way and this will be of interest especially to those involved in business one way or another. It's supposed to be out in December so if you get this as a Christmas present and read this book, please do post a review.

Supporting Article

Teaching in China—the Early Years

Ms. Anderson, who began teaching in China in the early 1980s, reflects on how different—and often difficult—it was for English teachers during those early years.

Chinese Church Voices

A Chinese “Screwtape” Dealing in Real Estate

In this playful, satirical article from the journal Territory, writer Liu Chao riffs off C.S. Lewis’ Screwtape Letters, focusing on society’s obsession with real estate as an enticement for Christians to fall away from God. 

Blog Entries

Those Were the Good Old Days, Right?

"No matter if it’s streaming sports, TV shows, or family updates—it’s hard to do ministry if you’re still tied to your old life." 

Chinese Church Voices

When a Member Seeks Financial Gain in the Church

In a time of rapid development, some feel the pull to get rich quick and fall prey to financial cons and scams. Church leaders must be on guard lest they infiltrate the church.

Chinese Church Voices

Where the Church Gathers in Difficult Times

In the ten years between 1966 and 1976, it was difficult for some believers as well as house churches in certain areas to gather. And so they met in some unusual places—caves, cellers, tunnels, forests, and more.


July 25, 2013

 From Cape Town to Seoul (July 24, 2013, ChinaSource Blog)

Christian leaders from China made history at the 2010 Lausanne Congress in Cape Town, South Africa, not by their participation, but by their absence. Although some 200 leaders had made preparations and raised the necessary funds to attend, the vast majority were stopped at the airport and prevented from leaving China. Nearly three years later, about 100 of these leaders were able to join their counterparts from around the world in Seoul, Korea, for the Asian Church Leaders Forum. This meeting was historic in that it represented perhaps the first time that such a broad spectrum of Chinese church leaders from multiple regions of China and multiple streams within the unregistered church was able to meet with an equally broad spectrum of international evangelical leaders.


January 24, 2013

In China, Widening Discontent Among the Communist Party Faithful (January 19, 2013, The New York Times) 

For years, many China observers have asserted that the partys authoritarian system endures because ordinary Chinese buy into a grand bargain: the party guarantees economic growth, and in exchange the people do not question the way the party rules. Now, many whose lives improved under the boom are reneging on their end of the deal, and in ways more vocal than ever before. Their ranks include billionaires and students, movie stars and homemakers.


ZGBriefs | November 12, 2020

China’s Two-Child Policy, Five Years On (Sixth Tone) In this series, Sixth Tone speaks with families, family-planning officials, and policymakers to provide fresh insights into how the two-child policy has affected society, how the restrictions are enforced, and what the government might do to fix the existing challenges.


ZGBriefs | August 27, 2020

Life on the Slow Train: Views of a Vanishing China  (August 21, 2020, Sixth Tone)First built in the 1950s, the iconic green trains are a relic of another age, differing in almost every way from the sleek high-speed rail cars replacing them. Tickets are dirt-cheap. The carriages are crowded, chaotic, and stifling in the summer […]