Learning about China
Sipping from a Fire Hose
China is complicated. It is both a 5000-year-old civilization and a 72-year-old nation. It has a free-wheeling capitalist economy presided over by a Communist party. Traditions run deep and change happens at a dizzying pace. Where do you go to make sense of it all?
In this webinar, we explore ways to learn about China, from language and culture to history and contemporary society. The goal is not to point you to facts and figures, but to provide tools that will set you on a path of life-long learning.
It’s Like Sipping from a Fire Hose
A Webinar for Learning about China
A webinar exploring ways to learn about China, from language and culture to history and contemporary society. What books to read? What online resources to dip into? Not to point you to facts and figures, but to provide tools that will set you on a path of life-long learning.
Balthasar in Light of Early Confucianism
An Interview with Joshua Brown
In this interview Dr. Jesse Ciccotti talks with Dr. Joshua Brown about his monograph Balthasar in Light of Early Confucianism, published by University of Notre Dame Press in 2020.
A Few Good Podcasts
What better way to enjoy autumn than listening to a China-related podcast?
China from Above
It’s time for a mid-summer tour of China—from the air!
Triple Espresso Meets the New Normal
It is in the everyday lives of China’s believers that we can begin to understand the perseverance of a church that remains steadfast amidst change and uncertainty.
Looking for 21st Century China
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.
Pray for China’s Leaders
As we post this issue of The Lantern, China’s top leaders have just concluded their annual Party plenum in Beijing. During this “Fourth Plenum” they gave shape to policies that will be endorsed by China’s legislature, the National People’s Congress, in the spring.