A Discussion with Ian Johnson: The Return of Religion in China

The Souls of China: The Return of Religion After Mao, the newest book by Ian Johnson, was released last week. A subsequent discussion hosted by the Asia Society on Apr. 13th invited Mr. Johnson to share with the audience on his view of Chinese religion today. Sinovision Journal Reporter Nia Chen brings you the story.

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