China imposes restrictions on Hmong Christians

Minority Christians receive Christian materials
for Christmas in this undated photo.
(Photo: ChinaAid)

(Beijing—Dec. 8, 2019) Chinese authorities have placed prohibitions on Hmong Christians living in the nation.

These people have been forbidden from using Hmong-language Bibles or preaching in Hmong. They also have been ordered not to share stories about missionaries.

Missionaries revolutionized China’s Hmong population, developing their written language for the purpose of Bible translation.

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