In this small, perfectly manicured village in the heart of the Chinese countryside, Christmas Day meant nothing. The real celebration is tomorrow, Boxing Day.
For Thursday is the 120th anniversary of the birth, in the spacious home of a prosperous landowner, of the village's most famous son: Chairman Mao.
Officially, the celebrations are supposed to be simple and low-key; the Communist party is trying to shed a reputation for ostentatious spectacles and reconnect with its roots as a workers' movement....
GsTexas wrote: "In China, Chairman Mao still bigger than Jesus" In reality, Jesus is King of Kings, and Lord of Lords. Chairman Mao is one of many occupants in a very fiery place of eternal punishment.
Well said Brother, maybe you should write these headlines from now on :-)
People are designed for worship and they will worship something or somebody,the sin nature causes us to worship sinful idols that we have things in common with,in our sinful state we reject God because the light of his perfection and holiness ,akes our sin that much more obvious.