In the case of the Wenzhou Church, CNN Thursday connects a change in government rhetoric to an investigation of five government officials
The practical application of the negotiated settlement between local officials and local Christians in Wenzhou started being enforced today in China.
In a few hours, the floodgates will open on the next big thing: the rush to create a domain name in Chinese.
Duped. I let down my guard and my prejudices about the Communist government of China flowed through. Boy, do I feel like an idiot.
Two interesting articles on the struggle over what folks think in China. Or, rather, what they say about what they think.
A local official thinks the cross on top of a new huge church is too big and that Christianity is spreading too fast. So, of course, tearing down the cross will solve everything.
Wrecking crews are said to have showed up at the church in Wenzhou as state media in Beijing continues to be the only outlet covering this story.
A "Christian Boss" in Wenzhou, who would rather do business with his own...business and religion are complementary.