Conference in Macerata “Inculturation of the Christian Faith and Today’s Chinese Society”

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Xi Jinping’s Zongjiao Zhongguohua (Chinazation of Religion) and the Christian Idea of Inculturation

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Truly Chinese, Truly Christian: An Exploration of the ronghe yu huitong – The Inculturation Model of Archbishop Stanislaus Lo Kuang

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Lu Bohong, the “Forgotten Saint” of Shanghai

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Prevention Concepts against Sexualised Violence – Reflections for the Work of the Church in China with Children and Young People

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The China Center (China-Zentrum e.V.) has been in existence since 1988. Legally recognized as a non-profit organization, the China Center encourages encounters and exchange between cultures and religions in the West and in China.



Jahresakademie 2023 – „Protestbewegungen in China“

Donnerstag, 27. April 2023, 15.00 Uhr

Msgr. Wolfgang Huber, Vorstandsvorsitzender des China-Zentrums

Dr. Daniel Fuchs (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

„Soziale Proteste in China: Charakteristika, Trends und staatliche Reaktionen“ (Vortrag in Deutsch)

Tian Miao (Universität Frankfurt)

„What can we learn from the labor protests during and before the pandemic in China?” (Vortrag in Englisch)

Mit anschließender Diskussion


Katharina Wenzel-Teuber, Chefredakteurin von China heute

Präsenzveranstaltung und Zoom Webinar

Focus China

This year our annual statistical update covers the results of a survey on the response to different Bible translations among Catholics in Mainland China. The subject is topical because religious communities are currently…

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“It feels like God lives in it!” Netizen Albion may or may not have faith, but these seven simple words are undoubtedly an extremely high valuation for a church. The Liulin Catholic Church is located in Liulin Town,…

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A German Catholic young woman is venerated on the Island of Pulau Ubin, to the east of Singapore. An “influx” of mainly Chinese pilgrims comes regularly to her temple, the “Berlin Sanctuary” (Bolin yuan 柏林苑), Lady Datuk…

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1. What was your personal motivation for going to the mission in Taiwan?

Response: During my student years China already aroused my particular interest. Some of the writings (in a German translation) of the early…

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Flying into Lijiang is a test in one’s nerves and trust in the pilots. The plane winds its way into the valleys, its wings looking like they may barely miss mountain ridges. It is a bit unnerving, but this is the normal…

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“You are sent by the Council to Formosa not so much for the Christians, of whom there are very few, but precisely for the evangelisation of the pagans”1 – this programmatic instruction of the great Orthodox missionary,…

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