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December 21, 2014

FYI – China Broadens Crackdown on Foreign Missionaries | JWnews

中国对外国传教士打击 – 中國對外國傳教士打擊

Following the detentions this month of two Canadian Christian activists based by the North Korean border, The Globe and Mail’s Nathan VanderKlippe reports on a broader crackdown on foreign missionaries in China:

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May 20, 2013

CHINA: Tight state controls on religious education

Religious groups not officially permitted by the state – including the Vatican-loyal Catholic Church, unregistered Protestant house churches, or Jehovah’s Witnesses – or those that are slightly tolerated – including Protestant denominations like Seventh-day Adventists which maintain some self-identity within the state-approved Protestant body, or the tiny Chinese Orthodox Church – have no possibility for formal religious education.

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November 30, 2011

China expects 48,000 new HIV cases this year.

HIV gained a foothold in China largely because of unsanitary blood plasma buying schemes and tainted transfusions in hospitals. Health authorities say heterosexual sex has now overtaken drug abuse as the main method of transmission.

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November 14, 2011

FYI – China’s “Garbage Fed Beef” Food Scandal



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October 29, 2011

China is intensifying restrictions on internet use.

中国正在加强我们在互联网上的限制

The State Internet Information Office was created in May to supervise online content, including the regulation of news websites.

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October 18, 2011

FYI – China toddler run over twice while others looked on.

Sign of the times. ( 2 Tim 3:1-3 )

Security camera footage shows a driver in a white van hit the young girl, apparently crushing her under the weight of the front wheel. The driver pauses briefly, but then continues to drive forward, running over her with the back wheel.

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June 2, 2011

FYI – Forced abortions in China: you (and the UN) are funding them.


The president of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers appeals for a stop to funding by international organisations that support forced abortions and sterilisations in China.
You are funding forced abortions in China. So am I. Not only elective abortions. Forced abortions. It doesn’t matter whether you are pro-life or pro-choice on this issue. No one can support forced abortion, because it is not a choice.
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April 26, 2011

FYI – Religious Rights Groups: China ‘House Churches’ Face Increasing Persecution.


Religious rights groups in the United States say the decision by Chinese authorities on Sunday to detain nearly 40 members of an unapproved evangelical Christian church as they tried to hold Easter service highlights the struggle for freedom of religion in China.
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April 24, 2011

FYI – China arrests Protestant Shouwang devotees.


At least 20 Chinese Protestants have been arrested as they tried to gather for an Easter service in Beijing.

China’s constitution guarantees freedom of religion, but the Communist Party tries to control where people worship.

He says churchgoers in the southern city of Guangzhou have been refused permission to hold Easter services, and Christians in the northern city of Hohhot are facing repression.
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April 19, 2011

China: Clampdown Spreads To Churches


While leaders of China’s unofficial churches, which overseas groups estimate as having some 40 million followers, say their activities have little to do with politics or human rights, raids on unofficial worship have been stepped up in a recent nationwide security clampdown.
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April 2, 2011

FYI – Great Tyrant Dinosaur Fossil Discovered In China.


The remains of the meat-eating predator were discovered back in 2009 by a construction crew. Paleontologists published their research on the finding in the Cretaceous Research journal on Wednesday. The bones were discovered in an area of eastern China known for having large masses of dinosaur remains.
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December 28, 2010

China rebuffs Vatican on religious freedom.

http://tinyurl.com/29ypzlr“We hope the Vatican can face the facts of China’s religious freedom and the development of Catholicism in China, and take concrete actions to promote

December 3, 2010

China’s AIDS pandemic.

Large groups of farmers were lured to sell their blood under unsanitary conditions for money — with 800 cc of blood earning 40-160 Chinese Yuan (NT$160-NT$640) .
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AIDs in the News


November 26, 2010

FYI – China, Russia quit dollar.

St. Petersburg, Russia – China and Russia have decided to renounce the US dollar and resort to using their own currencies for bilateral trade, Premier Wen Jiabao and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin announced late on Tuesday.
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June 16, 2010

New AIDS-Like Disease Appears in China.

A person who wishes to remain anonymous revealed that between 2008 to 2009, an Internet group called “Harbor,” consisting of more than 240 AIDS-phobia patients, formed a tourist group to donate blood in big cities between Shenzhen and Shanghai. They attempted to spread the virus and increase the number of infected people so that the state would start to pay attention to the disease.

As these AIDS-phobia patients haven’t tested positive for AIDS or any known infectious virus, they passed the blood test. Later, blood containing the unknown AIDS phobia virus entered the blood supply. Lin Feng’s mother who received infected blood in a blood transfusion at a hospital in Shanghai spread the virus to her whole family, suggesting the Harbor movement has already had an impact.

June 7, 2010

China and the United States Court of Appeals.

Jiang alleged that he would suffer persecution upon returning to China based on his Christian religion. He was baptized in an underground Christian church in China in 1997, and practiced there until February 1998. According to Jiang, State officials often warned Jiang not to distribute religious leaflets. His parents arranged for him to leave China in order to have religious freedom. Jiang attended a Jehovah’s Witness church in the United States. …he would suffer forced sterilizationfines under China’s family planning policy…his children were born in the United States would not make a difference.

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August 29, 2016

In the news. History of Jehovah’s Witnesses in:

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August 15, 2015

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August 11, 2015

What’s been happening to Jehovah’s Witnesses in . . .




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December 13, 2014

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July 31, 2014

Religious persecution makes migrants out of millions, says U.S. | JWnews

The State Department’s “Countries of Particular Concern” list had remained static since 2006, when eight countries — Burma, China, Eritrea, Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Uzbekistan — were designated as CPCs.

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July 26, 2014

History of Jehovah’s Witnesses


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July 18, 2014

How long do our visitors stay at The JWnews ? | JWnews

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September 25, 2013

Russian flood and Jehovah’s Witnesses

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Due to heavy rainfall level Cupid flowing through the border between Russia and China exceeded the historical maximum. According to official reports, the Russian flooded more than 100 settlements, including the town of Birobidzhan and Khabarovsk.

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August 14, 2013

Russian Laws, Policies Restrict Religious Freedom – US Report

Russia is among several countries around the world including Saudi Arabia, North Korea, Cuba, Iran, and China that imposed restrictions on freedom of religion last year, according to an annual report released Monday by the US State Department.

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June 24, 2013

Russian Laws, Policies Restrict Religious Freedom – US Report

Russia is among several countries around the world including Saudi Arabia, North Korea, Cuba, Iran, and China that imposed restrictions on freedom of religion last year, according to an annual report released Monday by the US State Department.

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September 18, 2012

Bearing Witness

Jehovah’s Witnesses help lift Huang Xiu Ying of An Hui province in China out of a baptism pool during a ceremony at the District Convention of Jehovah’s Witnesses this summer in St. Charles, Mo.
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March 23, 2012

Unearthed in Chinese Caves? | JWnews

Keeping abreast of Evolutionary Theory

Last week, an international group of researchers reported the discovery of fossils belonging to a strange population of hominids that lived in southwestern China as recently as 11,500 years ago, at the end of the Pleistocene Epoch. The fossils resemble modern humans in many ways but possess some unusual characteristics. The traits may be evidence that Homo sapiens were more diverse in the past—or a sign that scientists have uncovered a new species.

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March 22, 2012

FYI – Pardon for ex-president ? | JWnews

During his tenure, former President Chen himself pardoned some twenty persons imprisoned for their political or religious beliefs, including 19 Jehovah’s Witnesses who rejected military conscription on faith-based grounds.

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March 7, 2012

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China

Egypt

Eritrea

Japan

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Pakistan

Russia

Tajikistan

Turkmenistan

Uzbekistan