China: Christian summer camp organisers detained by police for 'indoctrinating minors'

September 14, 2016

Two Christian summer camp organisers were detained in China last month on the charge of "indoctrinating minors with superstitious beliefs." Zhou Yanhua and Gao Ming, members of Yining County Church in Xinjiang region, had been getting ready to drive a group of children to a Christian summer camp.


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