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Humans are being trafficked all over the world, including our neighborhoods

In the days before the Rev. Cathy Chang, a mission co-worker serving in the Philippines, was red-tagged having been accused of supporting groups perceived as terrorists through stickers and a tarpaulin affixed at her home in Quezon City, she spoke on the scourge of human trafficking with the hosts of “A Matter of Faith: A Presby Podcast.”

God’s mission in East Asia

The Rev. Unzu Lee, a minister of word and sacrament in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), is a regional liaison for East Asia.

Hong Kong’s new security law is causing concern

After hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets last summer to protest a new extradition law, Hong Kong is now facing the possibility that any further protests could result in serious consequences.

Hong Kong turns from one crisis to another

In Hong Kong, new cases of COVID-19 have dwindled to a handful in recent weeks. Concern has now shifted to China’s plan to impose a tough new national security law.

Unrest continues in Hong Kong

Last week, Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam announced the formal withdrawal of a controversial extradition bill that launched massive protests earlier this summer. But there is still considerable unrest.