The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams, is set to visit China 8-23 October 2006. The visit is at the invitation of the senior leadership of the post-denominational Protestant churches in China. Dr. Williams’ trip will include visits to cities such as Beijing and Shanghai and is designed to give him a deeper understanding of the Church of China and the context in which it is developing. During his travels he will engage with religious leaders, academics, government officials, NGOS and business leaders concerning the contemporary challenges facing the Church and society. (Anglican Communion News Service)