Chinese cross removal campaign is 'trampling on Christianity' says Archbishop

August 10, 2015

The head of the Anglican church in Hong Kong has spoken out against the campaign to remove crosses from churches in the Chinese province of Zhejiang. The cross removal campaign, which has led to physical clashes and some cross burnings, reflects growing anxiety on the Chinese mainland about the rise of fast-growing evangelical church communities.

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