Life and Faith in China

Being a Christian is officially allowed in China - but it is not easy. Surveillance cameras are installed in churches, and Sunday schools for children have been banned. Nevertheless, many people in China live their faith with passion and openness. Tobias Brandner, international co-worker of Mission 21 in Hong Kong, describes his observations in his latest newsletter.

The theologian Tobias Brandner teaches at the Divinity School of the Chinese University in Hong Kong and also works as a prison chaplain. His newsletter vividly shows the exciting, but also the challenging sides of his work and life in Hong Kong and his impressions from trips to mainland China.

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Newsletters are personal accounts of experiences and do not necessarily reflect the views of Mission 21.

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