Population rates struggle where marriage and family are not viewed as a key foundation to livelihood.
Orphaned and then educated by Christian missionaries, Feng Shan saved thousands of Jews in concentration camps by boldly issuing Chinese visas…
Four years ago, the 60-plus members of the Shenzhen fellowship fled their homes in Communist China.
China is struggling to undo the damage of its former one-child policy.
After decades of restricting population, China finds itself with an emergency caused by too few people.
Chinese President Xi Jinping, desperate to reverse his nation’s population woes, has announced plans for a national pro-birth policy, and…
John and Maria examine how the expected “red wave” fizzled.
The Vatican has renewed its 2018 arrangement with Beijing. Critics continue to warn that it’s a recipe for disaster.
This one report by itself may not change the terrible situation on the ground for the Uyghurs in China’s Xinjiang…
Dissidents, journalists, and public figures disappear frequently, sometimes often for minor infractions like logging onto Twitter.