Even as the "edge of the world", the Dulong River has incredible beauty and traces of Christianity left by early missionaries.
In Yingjiang, Dehong Dai and Jingpo Autonomous Prefecture, a small county in Yunnan’s border to Myanmar, an ethnic minority village released a regulation in early September that locals must not convert to Christianity, otherwise the offenders will be punished.
"In a remote village in Kunming, Yunnan, there is a special choir consisting of people of all age groups, from teenagers to people in their 60s and 70s."
The China Christian Council (CCC) and Three-Self Patriotic Movement (TSPM) gave out its magazine "Tianfeng" free ，and some brothers and sisters in minority areas such as the Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture of Sichuan received these gifts.
"In a remote village in Kunming, Yunnan, there is a special choir consisting of the oldest people between 60 and 7 and the youngest teenager." A video interview program walked into the singing life of Miao Christians.
Church music and choral singing have become the most outstanding and precious intangible cultural heritage of the Miao people.
The Chinese government makes a bold new effort for the ethnic minority in Xinjiang.
After foreign missionaries were expelled from China in the 1940s or 1950s, the congregations in Fugong started to develop and find a new way to combine its customs with the gospel.
Hymns and dances with Tujia ethnic features have become one of the characteristic programs of the church in Zhangjiajie.
Superstition? Chinese Almanac? Feng Shui? Fortune-telling? They all happen in the church of the Big Flowery Miao, an ethnic group in southwest China.