Freeman Report vol.7, no.3—March 2009
March 31, 2009
On Easter Sunday 30 years ago (April 8, 1979), a Christian church in the coastal city of Ningbo in Zhejiang was opened for a worship service. That marked the end of the 13-year ban on religion in China. One after another, churches, temples, and mosques that were closed down at the onset of the Cultural Revolution in 1966 were reopened for religious activities.