RELIGIOUS FREEDOM CONTINUES TO EMERGE IN CHINA YU JIANRONG, a researcher with the CASS [Chinese Academy of Social Science], said many church properties were closed down during the "cultural revolution. " But it was during this ten years of turmoil that religion began to spread rapidly, with many house churches springing up in Wenzhou, Zhejiang.
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