With increasing restrictions within China, radio becomes an even more attractive means of gaining information from the outside world. Alliance Radio in Hong Kong continues to prepare and broadcast programs over Christian radio stations outside of China. Popular programs are being prepared for the thousands of workers who live in crowded dormitories and who work at difficult and sometimes dangerous jobs in the Pearl River Delta. These programs are being aired in the factories by the Chinese business people who operate them. A project that was inaugurated last year is the “Food for Life” nurturing program. Over two thousand sets of two CDs each were sent to rural workers in Shanghai, Shenzhen and Dongquan industrial centers so that the people could listen to heaven’s message in their dormitories. (China Clippings)