Chen-yang KaoUp one level
Location: Taipei, Taiwan
Institution: Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinia
I am an Assistant Research Fellow at Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinia, Taiwan.
I got my PhD in Religious Studies from Lancaster University, UK. My PhD dissertation explores the impact of the Cultural Revolution on the transformation of Protestantism in China. I have published two papers related to Pentecostal movement in China:
- 'The Cultural Revolution and the Emergence of Pentecostal-style Protestantism in China'(Journal of Contemporary Religion 24(2): 171-188)
- 'The House Church Identity and Preservation of Pentecostal-style Protestantism in China'(In Francis Lim (ed), Christianity in Contemporary China: Socio-Cultural Perspectives, Oxford, UK and New York, USA: Routledge, pp. 207-219).