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.
Christianity in China is booming despite the government’s rigorous attempts to control religious practice.
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.