In his new newsletter, Tobias Brandner reports on how the increased repression in Hong Kong is affecting his work as a lecturer and prison chaplain.
A report from quarantine in Hong Kong: Our international contributor Tobias Brandner spends three weeks in a locked hotel room in Hong Kong. He writes from there about this experience, but also about the political developments.
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Tobias Brandner, who has been working for Mission 21 as a lecturer and prison chaplain in Hong Kong for over 20 years, describes his view of the protest movement in Hong Kong in his new newsletter.
Tobias Brandner, international co-worker of Mission 21 in Hong Kong, reports on his work as a prison chaplain and as a lecturer at the Chinese University in Hong Kong.
Tobias Brandner, international co-worker of Mission 21, tells about surveillance cameras in churches and about the passion and openness of Chinese Christians.