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    • Christianity: Photos of an Underground Chinese Church by Kevin Frayer
      It was this ambiguity that drew photographer Kevin Frayer to an unmarked church outside Beijing on Sunday, Oct. 12. The people there worship quietly, but not covertly. The authorities know they exist, but seem content, for now, to look the other way. “Christianity is tolerated sometimes, to some extent,” says Frayer, “as long as it is controlled and behind closed doors.”
    • Hong Kong Democracy Protests Carry a Christian Mission for Some
      Wu Chi-wai, pastor of Hong Kong’s Christian & Missionary Alliance Church, estimates that more than half of the roughly 1,400 Protestant churches in Hong Kong have been organizing ad hoc groups to help the movement.

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