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2021, No. 3

News Update on Religion and Church in China
March 16 – July 6, 2021 PDF

Y. Franklin Ishida
Christian Life among the Lisu in Yunnan Province PDF

Leopold Leeb
Book Review of: Gail King, “A Model for all Christian Women”. Candida Xu, a Chinese Christian Woman of the Seventeenth Century, Collectanea Serica, New Series 2, Abingdon, Oxon – New York – Sankt Augustin: Routledge – Monumenta Serica Institute 2021 PDF

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2013, No. 4

News Update on Religion and Church in China
June 18 – September 19, 2013 PDF

Wang Meixiu
Church-State Relations and Their Impact on Christian Charity in China – Retrospect and Preview PDF

John B. Zhang
Walking in Love and Service Together with China and the Chinese Church PDF

Special Supplement:
The China Center Team – 25 Years China-Zentrum, Sankt Augustin PDF

Barbara Hoster
Little Sister, Big Sister – Cooperation between the China Center and the Monumenta Serica Institute PDF

2013, No. 3

News Update on Religion and Church in China
March 2 – June 15, 2013 PDF

Katharina Wenzel-Teuber
2012 Statistical Update on Religions and Churches in the People’s Republic of China and in Taiwan PDF

2013, No. 2

News Update on Religion and Church in China
November 22, 2012 – February 28, 2013 PDF

Jonathan Goldstein
Shanghai as a Mosaic and Microcosm of Eurasian Jewish Identities, 1850–1950 PDF

2013, No. 1

News Update on Religion and Church in China
October – November 2012 PDF

Joseph Loftus
“Walk before you can run” – The Catholic Church and the Care of China’s Elderly PDF

Deng Guosheng
The Decline of Foreign Aid and the Dilemma of the Chinese Grassroots NGOs (corrected version as of March 18, 2013) PDF

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