Understanding Religious Policy and Regulations

W4A encourages clients to work legally in mainland China. We believe this provides a solid platform for long-term presence and expanded impact.

W4A studies relevant policies and regulations to be able to recommend wise and effective strategies to our high-quality nonprofit clients. Their success is our mission.

Our almost 20 years of experience, research and relationship network in the religious sector has proven of great value to our growing client list.

We are able to provide advice regarding:
What can be done
Who you need to meet
Where to work
How to achieve your projects and service
When is the best time

An interesting article from the folks at The Voice of Grace and Truth: Your Bible, Now Made In China (6.8 MB PDF)

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