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Chinese Students Given IV Drips for School Exams
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.
Tentative Deal Forged for China Activist's Release
Blind Chinese Activist to Stay in China after Escape
Activist's Escape Puts Pressure on US-China Talks
Koreans Call Out North's Human Rights Violations
Basketball Star Lin's Pastor Warns of NBA Temptations
Detained Human Rights Lawyer Denied Visitors
America's Cyber Defenses: A Digital Pearl Harbor?
Lured by the promise of food, money and a better life, human smugglers are tricking hundreds of North Korean women each year into a web of human trafficking.
Doctors told Ba Xiao’s parents that their daughter wasn’t worth saving but this Chinese farmer and his wife refused to give up. Learn how this thirteen-year-girl defied the odds.
North Korean 'Bride Slaves' Sold into Misery
On Monday's CBN Newswatch with Lee Webb and Wendy Griffith: An American murdered in Israel; military chaplains question the Don't Ask, Don't Tell repeal; the Chinese gear up for Christmas, and more.
The Food Network's Daisy Martinez shares her effortless holiday entertaining tips. A man leaves the party scene behind. Also, CBN News reports on underground Chinese Christians.
CBN WorldReach's 1MusicBox.com has become the largest online collection of Chinese Christian songs.
Professor Hermilo Jasso took 30 students to China and wound up in a Chinese hospital with a ruptured appendix.
A ministry reaches out to Asian restaurant workers with an 11:00 p.m. service.
A Chinese student living in America is fearful for her parents after authorities in China arrested her parents and destroyed their church.