True Believers: Faith Over Fear for China’s Christian Underground; The Silverton Standard: A Newspaper Survival Story
February 17 2012 4:23 PM ET
February 21, 2012
China’s government is suspicious of a growing Christian community. Authorities are cracking down on unofficial churches, sending the faithful underground. Then, The Silverton Standard became the country’s first non-profit newspaper, the brainchild of the paper’s reporter, editor, photographer and op-ed columnist, who all happen to be the same guy. In the digital age, how one mountain town newspaper thrives.