Chinese Dissident now a Pastor in Taiwan.

When Chinese democracy activist Yan Peng felt the ship under him turning away from the Taiwan-owned island of Dadan, he knew his attempt to flee China on a tourist boat had been discovered and that his chance for freedom was

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Tensions on the Rise in China’s Xinjiang Province

According to a recent report by Radio Free Asia, at least 17 assailants, armed with knives, attacked a group of Han Chinese coal miners in Baicheng, Xinjiang Provence, China. By morning, more than 50 people had been killed and dozens wounded.

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Chinese Pastors Sentenced To Prison

Two pastors, who were initially arrested in China in 2014, have been found guilty of “utilising a cult to undermine law enforcement” and sent to prison. The pastors, Zhao Weiliang and Cheng Hongpeng, along with 20 other Christians were singing

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North Korean Women Find Hope

Open Doors (OD) supports and organises secret Bible study meetings for North Korean trafficked women in China. Most of them have lost everything they had in North Korea and were lured into travelling to China by human traffickers, where they

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Chinese Pastor Arrested for 2nd Time

On 12th September, a Chinese pastor, Huang Yizi, was arrested by police in China’s eastern Zhejiang province. This is the second time he has been arrested, and, in fact, he was only released from jail a month ago after serving

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Chinese Christians Plan Peaceful Protest.

Catholics and Protestants in the eastern province of Zhejiang, China, have launched an ‘ecumenical’ campaign to make crosses and carry them with them everywhere they go. Launched on social media, the idea of this legal and peaceful protest has met

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China’s Uighurs Face Growing Oppression

For decades, China’s far western Xinjiang region has been a troubled place. The area is the homeland of the Uighurs, an ethnic group of Sunni Muslims who have more in common with Central Asia than with China’s majority Han group.

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Rise in Persecution of Chinese House Churches

Over the last few months, there has been a worrying increase in persecution of house churches in China, the latest report being from the south-western province of Yunnan, where authorities have ordered a house church with more than 20 college

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China’s Bible Printing Industry

Almost every Sunday, Ge Conghui attends a church where, Bible in hand, she joins fellow Christians to sing hymns, listen to sermons and pray. In the time that Ge Conghu spends at church, about one hour, the Amity Printing Co 

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