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Can You Hear Us Now? Chinese Christians Cry Out amidst Oppression
Can You Hear Us Now? Chinese Christians Cry Out amidst Oppression

Why is the plight of Chinese Christians not getting more attention from their brethren in the US?

“Dragon Lady” & “Mother of the Nation”

Anna Chennault and Winnie Mandela, two formidable women who represented some of the last century’s great international conflicts, have died.

China Begins 2018 by Cracking Down on Religion
China Begins 2018 by Cracking Down on Religion

Three months into 2018, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is carrying out a campaign to tighten its grip on the…

The Clash of Giants?: Review of Destined for War By Graham Allison
The Clash of Giants? Review of Allison’s Destined for War

China is ready to challenge American global leadership and the liberal international order itself. In Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides’s Trap?, Graham Allison argues that a war between the two great powers is a scarily real possibility that needs our attention.

What You Should Know About Chinese President Xi Jinping
What You Should Know About Chinese President Xi Jinping

Within the next two weeks, China’s Communist Party is expected to remove a prohibition on presidential term limits. The move may allow the country’s current president, Xi Jinping, to remain in power for decades to come. Here is what you should know about the authoritarian leader of the world’s most populous nation.

China’s Invasive “Family Planning” Enforcement Still in Place after “Two-Child” Policy Begins
China’s Invasive “Family Planning” Enforcement Still in Place after “Two-Child” Policy Begins

China’s two-child policy not only rejects the intrinsic moral value each human has as an image of God, but it also rejects the rights of parents to plan their families as they see fit, enforcing the government’s view through mechanisms that are horrific and unjust.

Christianity & Paramount Leaders

Government serves God provisionally, not indefinitely. Xi Jinping Thought will have a short shelf life compared to the Word that endures forever.

Can Youth Democracy Movements Survive in Hong Kong?
Can Youth Democracy Movements Survive in Hong Kong?

The biggest demonstration of civil disobedience in China since Tiananmen Square was led by high school youths. The recent protests in Hong Kong have proven that there is a credible movement against the Chinese Communist Party.

Vibrant Religion Remains in China: Review of Johnson’s The Souls of China: The Return of Religion After Mao
Vibrant Religion Remains in China: Review of Johnson’s The Souls of China

Ian Johnson’s The Souls of China: The Return of Religion After Mao provides a picture of the vibrant and varied religious faith in China, demonstrating that even after Mao Zedong’s campaign against religion and the devastation of the Cultural Revolution, religion has not only reemerged in some parts of China but is thriving.

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