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Bob Fu interviewed by Radio Taiwan International

Photo: Bob Fu, President of ChinaAid Association, visited Taiwan (ChinaAid)   (Taiwan – November 21, 2022) Bob Fu, President of ChinaAid Association, and his delegation in Taiwan accepted an exclusive interview on the Radio Taiwan International’s “Serving the People” focus interview program with radio host Dr. Sen-hong Yang.      ChinaAid has transcribed and translated the

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ChinaAid’s Bob Fu visits Taiwan

Photo: Bob Fu and Nadine Maenza meet with President of the Legislative Yuan of Taiwan, You Si-kun (ChinaAid) (Taiwan—November 18, 2022) On November 14, Reverend Dr. Bob Fu, president of the China Aid Association, and Ms. Nadine Maenza, president of the International Religious Freedom (IRF) Secretariat, met with Mr. You Si-kun, President of Taiwan’s Legislative

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Opinion: the Chinese government’s use of “fraud” charges

Photo: Human rights lawyer Zhang Kai (ChinaAid source) (Zhejiang province – November 15, 2022) Christian human rights lawyer Zhang Kai wrote an article in response to the Chinese government’s frequent use of “fraud” charges against house church pastors and preachers. The same logic behind these incidents is all over the country. If the church is

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Suspect arrested in Wang Jingyu harassment case

Photo: Dutch police apprehend a suspect who may have harassed and threatened Chinese exile Wang Jingyu (Wang Jingyu’s Twitter) (Netherlands—November 14, 2022) Chinese dissident Wang Jingyu, living in exile, is on the Chinese government’s wanted list because he questioned the death toll of Chinese soldiers in the India-China border dispute. He has been unable to

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USCIRF Commissioner responds to renewed China-Vatican agreement

(China – October 31, 2022) – Last week, the Holy See and the Chinese government renewed the controversial provisional agreement on the appointment of bishops between the Vatican and China. Stephen Schneck, a member of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), said  that the commission was “tremendously disappointed” with the decision and had expressed

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Mayflower Church releases Statement of Faith

Photo: Pastor Pan Yongguang in Thailand (ChinaAid source) (Thailand—October 28, 2022) After Pastor Pan Yongguang of the Mayflower Church released his statement of faith, the 60-member congregation released theirs.  The Mayflower Church, also known as Shenzhen Holy Reformed, left China in 2019 to escape harsh persecution from the Communist Party. Since arriving in Thailand, Chinese

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Mayflower Pastor submits Statement of Faith

(Thailand—October 25, 2022) Amid growing concerns about transnational kidnapping by the Chinese government, Pastor Pan Yongguang of the Mayflower Church released a statement of faith, denying he would ever return to China or take any other uncharacteristic measures.  The Mayflower Church endured harsh persecution from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) while living in Shenzhen. They

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Future of religious freedom in Xi’s unprecedented third term

(ChinaAid—October 13, 2022) Xi removed the term limit for the Chinese presidency, and the upcoming 20th National People’s Congress will confirm his unprecedented third term. Considering his leadership until this point, the future of religious freedom looks bleak. Xi started his first term with cross demolition in Zhejiang, a largely Christian province he used to

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Washington Stand: “We Left China At God’s Leading”

This article was written by Arielle Del Turco and originally published in the Washington Stand. A Chinese house church that escaped together three years ago is in more danger now than ever. Chinese authorities ramped up persecution against Pastor Pan Yongguang and Shenzhen Reformed Holy Church for years, prompting them to hold a church vote

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Opinion: Pulpit Into Propaganda

(ChinaAid—October 7, 2022) Many parts of China are engaged in the “Sinicization of Christianity” in response to the regime’s call to transform Christianity in China into a religion that is in line with the ideology and policies of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and elements of the Chinese culture. Official churches across China have also

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Opinion: Resettling the Mayflower Church after Chinese persecution

This article was initially published by the Washington Times After escalating incidences with the Chinese government and threats from the secret police, the members of the Shenzhen Holy Reformed Church voted to leave China in November 2019. The rising crackdown on house churches, the pressure to send children to state-ordained schools, and increased interrogation due

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ChinaAid’s Bob Fu is a 21Wilberforce Honoree

(ChinaAid—September 27, 2022) 21Wilberforce announced that ChinaAid Founder and President Bob Fu is the recipient of the Frank Wolf International Religious Freedom Award. Fu will be recognized at a dinner on October 17. According to a press release by Religious News Service, 21Wilberforce recognized Bob Fu as the latest recipient of the Frank Wolf International

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