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Chinese Family Forced to Abort Files Criminal Charges
An anger problem almost derailed the career of this Olympic athlete, but a mother's prayers helped to turn things around.
Government officials from the United States and China had hoped to increase economic and cultural ties between the two countries this week. Instead, they are now in a diplomatic tug of war. A blind chinese activist is at the center of the conflict.
Activist's Escape Puts Pressure on US-China Talks
China Sees New Surge in Christmas Tradition
For many who celebrate Christmas in China, the holiday has little to do with the birth of Christ, but many are coming to know the true meaning behind the holiday.
With the 2008 summer Olympics only a year away, elite athletes are training hard, but they're not the only ones in pursuit of glory.
Although China is officially an atheist state, in recent years it has allowed people to celebrate this very significant Christian holiday.
In the mountainous province of China’s Yunnan Province, life is hard and godless. But nestled amongst the snow capped mountains, one village has separated itself from the oppression of the others.
Napoleon Bonaparte once said of China, “Let her sleep, for when she wakes, she will shake the world.” When the French emperor uttered those famous words of warning, few ever imagined the China of the 21st century.
When Sheah Zsee heard she’d given birth to a little boy, she and her husband were elated until they learned that little Yan Miao had a serious birth defect.
One Billion Customers -- James McGregor
While Americans worry about the safety of Chinese products, in China, the ‘Made-in-USA’ label is enjoying widespread popularity.
Shy and unable to speak easily because of his cleft lip, little Li Wen Che didn’t have much to laugh about until Operation Blessing made his dream come true.
While the number of drivers in Beijing continues to gain steam, the city’s traffic has slowed to a halt.
From spitting to smoking; honking to hygiene, Beijing is going to great lengths to clean up its image for the 2008 Olympics.
This is the story of one poor Chinese family, the Wangs, and how they received a tangible expression of hope, all thanks to CBN Partners.
A Beijing restaurant run by Christians serves up salvation along with meals.