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Topic: China

Introducing Père David, the bold priest who brought us gerbils

As a missionary in China, he was also the first westerner to set eyes on a giant panda

It would be madness not to reach out to North Korea

Sixty years of on-off engagement has pushed the region to the brink of war

‘Mourners for hire’ are a sign of our troubled times

The breakdown of family and community life is behind dwindling numbers at funerals

Parliament should beware taking a People’s Republic of China approach to women bishops

Something rather sinister has happened in the wake of the General Synod vote

China’s new leader presides over a monstrous tyranny. But you won’t hear Cameron mention that

May God bless the real Republic of China – Taiwan

Shanghai’s priests and nuns forced to attend government classes

Eighty priests and 80 nuns are taught about duty to China and the socialist value system

A new generation of young men and women in China are challenging their country’s one-child policy

The internet is making it impossible for Chinese authorities to keep their shameful policy away from international scrutiny

Vatican official: imprisoned clergy are ‘damaging for China’

Archbishop urges Beijing to release nine arrested Catholic bishops and priests

Were the three wise men from China?

The Magi took two years to come from “the east”, far too long to be Babylonia or Persia, opening up the intriguing possibility that Christianity might not be alien to China

‘Pro-choice’ campaigners should look to China and think again

Francis Phillips wonders if pro-abortion activists have thought through the consequences of their views