Isn't it funny how these things work?
It's the same situation with that cheap plastic statue you just bought at your local “Christian” store. You may be against the whole situation in China, but you can't really can't change it on your own. That dinky cheap crucifix you just bought (you know, the one with the “Made in China” sticker on the back) they can't even buy in China. How about rosaries, bibles, or scapulars? They can get you in trouble, even jail time and beatings. So why is a country that tries really hard to stamp out Christianity and Catholicism the largest producer of cheap religious articles? Maybe we should try to figure that out.
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