Hong Kong concern groups march on December 15 from the Western Police Station in Sai Ying Pun to the central government’s liaison office, in support of Wang Yi, a pastor facing subversion charges in mainland China after a raid on his church. Photo: Edmond So Hong Kong concern groups march on December 15 from the Western Police Station in Sai Ying Pun to the central government’s liaison office, in support of Wang Yi, a pastor facing subversion charges in mainland China after a raid on his church. Photo: Edmond So
Hong Kong concern groups march on December 15 from the Western Police Station in Sai Ying Pun to the central government’s liaison office, in support of Wang Yi, a pastor facing subversion charges in mainland China after a raid on his church. Photo: Edmond So

Religion in China

Letters | This Christmas season, remember China’s besieged Christians

    Topic |   Religion in China
    Hong Kong concern groups march on December 15 from the Western Police Station in Sai Ying Pun to the central government’s liaison office, in support of Wang Yi, a pastor facing subversion charges in mainland China after a raid on his church. Photo: Edmond So Hong Kong concern groups march on December 15 from the Western Police Station in Sai Ying Pun to the central government’s liaison office, in support of Wang Yi, a pastor facing subversion charges in mainland China after a raid on his church. Photo: Edmond So
    Hong Kong concern groups march on December 15 from the Western Police Station in Sai Ying Pun to the central government’s liaison office, in support of Wang Yi, a pastor facing subversion charges in mainland China after a raid on his church. Photo: Edmond So
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