Friday, January 30, 2015

Public security bureaus deny worshippers passes to attend Hong Kong gospel conference

China Aid
By Rachel Ritchie

(Yancheng, Jiangsu—Jan. 30, 2015) In the face of an upcoming gospel conference in Hong Kong in March, public security bureaus in several places throughout China have been denying Chinese citizens passes, which would allow them to travel from mainland China to Hong Kong or Macau.

Pastor Zeng Zhengliang of Zhongzhuang House Church in Jianhu County, Yancheng in China’s coastal Jiangsu province applied for a pass to travel to Hong Kong at the bureau of exit and entry administration of his local public security bureau and was denied on the spot.

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