Censorship on Christian-themed videos seems to be more strict on increasing numbers of platforms. One Christian live broadcast outlet recently said that one of their programs was canceled and they were denied as a lecturer on Renrenjiang, one of the biggest live broadcast platforms in China.
Carol Bookstore, a 12-year-old online Christian bookstore broke the news of Bible commentary books banned on its Taobao platform, where the store has more than 20 thousand followers over the past nine years.
Tantianshe, a new Christian broadcasting outlet, launched a live program focusing on the intimate relationship among family members in the post-coronavirus age. We may need to pay attention to our mental health as we may experience "adjustment disorder" and conflicts in family relations.
China’s Songbird Xiao Min: Chinese Church Should Confess Sins Committed by Fellow Countrymen in 1900
On May 28, 2020, Lv Xiaomin, the famous Christian songwriter, shared the revival of the Chinese church in 1900. She called on the Chinese church to confess to God about the crimes committed by the fellow countrymen around the 1900 gengzi year and regain first love and faith
This June, to commemorate the unique contribution made by its founder, Hong Kong Fong Shan Christian Centre announced a series of lectures will be live broadcast on Zoom in Mandarin, including Q&As.
The renovated Pearl Buck Memorial House in Nanjing University (NJU) was officially reopened to the public.Pearl Buck was a great writer, a dedicated professor, a diligent humanitarian, and above all, a devout Christian.
The post entitled “A Journey from Overseas, A Bond of Ten Decades - Swedish Missionaries in Yuncheng City” is the introduction of the photos and articles about Swedish missionaries exhibited among the series of Yanhu Stories. It was released on the official Wechat public platform of the People’s Government of Yanhu District.
Recently, the theme song of the Bible Museum in China named The Journey of Bible through the Divine Land was published, praising how God’s love rooted deeply in the hearts and blood of Chinese Christians.
Chinese NGO Aids Italy as Continuing 17th Century's Friendship between Paul Xu Guangqi and Father Matteo Ricci
In the global fight against coronavirus, a Chinese non-governmental group which was initiated by a Catholic professor has joined in supporting Italian hospitals and parishes to continue the centuries-old friendship between the first Catholic in Shanghai and the greatest Catholic pioneer in China.
A Christian entrepreneur Ms Cai Shiyin, has recently received letters of thanks from Italy and New York for her efforts in raising donations to local community and hospitals.