Chinese Underground Catholics Caught Between Church And State
July 07 2012 1:03 PM EDT
Wenzhou, probably the most Christian city in China, has a vibrant Catholic community. But two-thirds of these Catholics choose to worship without government oversight, a fact that highlights how faith in today's China can still be a murky, semilegal affair.
In China, Protestantism's Simplicity Yields More Converts Than Catholicism
March 28 2012 11:25 AM EDT
Christianity in China is booming despite the government’s rigorous attempts to control religious practice.
China's Millionaires Looking for Way Out
November 17 2011 11:56 AM EST
China’s millionaires want out. And if Congress is smart, it will lure them to the United States, along with others who aren’t quite so rich.