'HOUSE' CHURCHES THRIVING IN CHINA AS THE PIANO strikes a chord, the choir launches into a hymn, members' red and white robes bright against the beige walls of the room crammed with more than 100 worshipers. This is City Revival Church, one of the larger unofficial, or "house," churches in Beijing.
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