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Bishop K. H. Ting, a pioneer of the official post-denominational Protestant Church in China, has died on 22 November 2012, at the age of 97.
While the world ogles Edinburgh's pandas, the Church of Scotland is seeking to highlight vital ongoing work with Chinese churches and communities.
Christian religion has played a role in China for much longer than most realise, says a new book by a leading Chinese dissident writer.
Cultural Exchange with China (CEC), a Catholic group, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, as part of a growing network of UK engagement.
Anglican clergy in East Africa have expressed hope for an improved relationship between church and state in China, during a government visit.
Christians in China need qualified clergy who can contribute to the development of society, China's Minister of State Administration for Religious Affairs says.
Unity among Chinese Protestants is important in the rapid growth of the church, the head of the China Christian Council has said on a European visit.
Vatican and Hong Kong cardinals have criticised the Chinese Catholic Patriotic Association for organising the ordination of a bishop in northeastern China.
Changes in Chinese Christianity may make the officially-sanctioned China Christian Council less important, says the head of the Church of Sweden.
The recently appointed UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief has spoken out over the Chinese government's treatment of religious minorities.