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China tightens religious restrictions, bans internet evangelization

The country with the highest internet usage has the most regulations.

Reports of Chinese officials shutting down churches, burning bibles

Cutting leases short appears to be a new tactic as new regulations take effect

The rapid aging of China

The phenomenon is a challenge for the retirement system

China may end all limits on family size

Restrictions on the number of children Chinese couples can have could be removed.

Chinese newspaper alludes to possible visit by Pope Francis

Government-approved periodical quotes expert comparing possible papal visit to Nixon's historic opening to China.

The Chinese “social credit system”: The real Big Brother of the future?

An enormous database will collect data on the activities of Chinese citizens, allowing authorities to evaluate their “trustworthiness.” This could come to pass in the rest of the world, thanks to …

The Chinese faithful pray with the pope

Photo of the Day: June 10, 2018

Why is China on the verge of abandoning its two-child family limit?

Unsurprisingly, limiting population growth turns out to be bad economics.

China reportedly ready to end limits on family size

An aging, predominately male population is prompting a reconsideration of the country’s 40-year old population control policy

Pope Francis greets Chinese pilgrims

Photo of the Day: April 20, 2018

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