The face of faith in Beijing
14 November 2013
With the rise of China's Communist Party from the late 1940s, the practice of religion was prohibited with punishments severe in the extreme. Since a relaxation in the 1980s, religions have made a comeback, especially in the major cities such as Beijing.
Pictures by Steve Finch.
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