China

History of Bible Translation in China

635 A.D.-today

  • Sporadic Bible Translations: 635–1800
  • Struggle for the Authoritative Chinese Bible: 1800–1920
  • Rise of the Authoritative Chinese Bible: 1920–1980
  • Marginalization of non-Chinese Bibles: 1980–present

Part of the Bible was translated into Middle Chinese as early as 650 A.D. By 2019, portions of the Bible were translated into 70 languages spoken in China.

Kam People 侗族

Ethno-religious Survey of the Kam People in Guizhou

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New Testament

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Neasu People 黔西彝族

Ethno-religious Survey of the Neasu People in Guizhou

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New Testament

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Hmu People 苗族

Ethno-religious Survey of the Hmu People in Guizhou

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New Testament

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Nuosu People 凉山彝族

Ethno-religious Survey of the Nuosu People in Sichuan

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New Testament

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