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…. they were unschooled, ordinary men …. they had been with Jesus …. the crippled man healed standing with them – Acts 4:13,14

From Tiananmen to Jesus

Journeys of 3 chinese who were on the 1989 Tiananmen Square “most wanted” list who found Jesus – Zhang Boli 张伯笠, Yuan Zhiming 远志明, Chai Ling 柴玲 .


Zhang Boli 张伯笠

  • Zhang Boli’s Journey (testimony from NPR).  Click here.
  • Continuing FIght for China’s Healing- while on the run, a rural uneducated christian farmer’s wife’s generous kindness opened his eyes, when he tried to cross into Russia by land.  Click here.
  • Zhang Boli keen to spread gospel in China (article from South China Morning Post).  Click here.
    Christian concepts such as love, tolerance, forgiveness … are all good for China,” Yuan Zhiming said. … “[To me], spreading the gospel is more meaningful than engaging in pro-democracy activities. … “Christianity never talks of toppling regimes, it can only make society better,” he said


Yuan Zhiming 远志明
  • The fight for China’s soul (testimony)   Click here.
    – “Christians live their lives loving each other. They even love their enemies. That kind of love sucked me in and made me want to become a Christian” – Yuan Zhiming
  • Christian concepts such as love, tolerance, forgiveness … are all good for China,” Yuan Zhiming said. … “[To me], spreading the gospel is more meaningful than engaging in pro-democracy activities. … “Christianity never talks of toppling regimes, it can only make society better,” he said


Chai Ling 柴玲


Liao Yiwu, 廖亦武, Massacre
On June 1989, after hearing about the Tiananmen Square protests, Liao composed a long poem entitled “Massacre.” Knowing that it would never be published, he made an audiotape and recited the poem
by using Chinese ritualistic chanting and howling.
Liao Yiwu is a “sympathetic nonbeliever” of Christianity, author of God is Red.

Further reading:

 Zhang Boli   Chai Ling


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