Statistics on Religions and Churches in the People’s Republic of China and in Singapore – Update for the Year 2021

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“A City Set on a Hill”: A Priest and His Church Whose Design Had Been Revised Seven Times

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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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Tragedy and Hope for Happiness – Stories from the Girl Temples

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Mission Experiences in Taiwan, with a Focus on the Indigenous Tsou 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.

 


Events

Jahresakademie 2022 – Zoom Webinar

„Chinas Narrative weltweit: Warum die Welt chinesischer wird“

Begrüßung
Msgr. Wolfgang Huber, Vorstandsvorsitzender des China-Zentrums

Vorträge
Dr. Nadine Godehardt, Wissenschaftlerin in der Forschungsgruppe Asien, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik in Berlin, China-Expertin

Isabel Weininger, Referentin Südostasien in der Abteilung Asien und Pazifik der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V. in Berlin

Mit anschließender Diskussion

Moderation
Katharina Wenzel-Teuber, Chefredakteurin von China heute

Focus China


On December 4, the consecration of Stephen Chow Sau-yan SJ 周守仁, former Provincial of the Chinese Province of the Jesuits, as Bishop of the Diocese of Hong Kong took place in the Cathedral of Hong Kong. Bishop Chow is the…

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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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In this issue of our annual statistical update, we present, as always, some newly published studies. This time it is about “Western religion fever” in rural China, the “Chinese cultural identity” of religious adherents,…

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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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During the 1930s and 1940s a group of Chinese Christian artists was active at the Catholic University of Peking (also known as Fu Jen University, founded in 1925). These young artists tried to express the Christian faith…

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Sunday September 6, 2020, was another (yet again!) black day for Hong Kong. Three hundred arrests on the day of the postponed parliamentary elections. By means of the convenient alibi of contagion, which was clearly a…

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