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Risk for Christians in China “virtually negligible”


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So says the immigration tribunal in the latest Country Guidance case of QH (Christians – risk )(China) CG [2014] UKUT 86 (IAC).

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  1. As a Christian in China for 3 years, I would agree there is negligible risk. We held monthly meetings with local villlagers,distributing food/clothes, singing songs, and telling bible stories.Police never interferred once.