Hohhot, the provincial capital of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, and previously the Mongol city, Kuku-khoto, was settled by Chinese farmers in the mid-17th century. The fertile plain was predominantly influenced by Tibetan Buddhism, Lamaism, until the region became a frontier market with the Muslim community.
To date, the city is a hub for many ethnic minorities. China, having more than 4,000 years of recorded history, and occupying nearly the entire East Asian landmass, is the largest of all Asian countries and the most populous nation on earth. Often mistaken as ethnically homogenous, China is one of the most diverse and complex countries, hosting an array of indigenous peoples.
Despite experiencing one of the greatest Jesus movements in history, with over 100 million Chinese coming to faith since the advent of communism in 1949, Chinese believers, as well as Uyghur Muslims, are facing intense persecution in this hour. With Xi Jinping’s vision of “One Belt, One Road”, and reach for global dominance, an opportunity presents itself for the country of red and its leaders to fully surrender to King Jesus and wash the nations in the blood of the Lamb.
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