Renowned scholar Professor Philip L. Wickeri introduced 26 maps of China drawn by Christians before the 21st century to Chinese scholars.
Open Doors launched its World Watch List 2024 on Wednesday, where China ranks 19th among the 50 countries where Christians are most persecuted.
The 25th session of the National Religious Groups Joint Conference was themed around the “Patriotic Education Law.”
The newest issue of the Journal of Research for Christianity in China has been published.
The Christian population in China appears to have stopped growing after rising rapidly in the 1980s and 1990s, said Pew.
A total of 50 experts and academics from research institutions and universities attended the Chinese Christian Studies Forum in 2023.
Professor Liu Ping from Fudan University states that Israel and Arabs on the west side of Jordan should find a way to coexist with each other.
At a time when the study of Christianity in China is becoming more difficult, the CHCD opens a new portal to explore China’s Christian past. The tool might be different than rummaging through a traditional archive, but by repackaging archival materials into an online tool it invites anyone to ask, “What could be discovered if…?”
Suzhou Municipal CC&TSPM conducted an exchange of papers focusing on the localization of Christianity within Suzhou in this new era.
The Ethnic and Religious Affairs Bureau of Daye City in Hubei Province established the “Smart Code” for managing places for religious events and promoted it for full coverage within the city.