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|Title:||Chinese church attenders – a demographic profile|
|Other Titles:||NCLS Research Fact sheet-17012|
|Keywords:||church health;church vitality;australia;Chinese|
|Citation:||Lo, H.L. & Pepper, M. (2017) Chinese church attenders – a demographic profile, NCLS Research Fact Sheet 17012. Sydney: NCLS Research.|
|Abstract:||Attending churches is one of the ways for Chinese migrants to incorporate into Australian society. What are the characteristics of church-attending people with a Chinese background? The 2016 NCLS surveyed over 6,000 churchgoers with a Chinese background. Here three groups of Chinese migrants are compared: first generation migrants who were born in China/Hong Kong (1st Gen), second generation migrants (both parents born in China/Hong Kong) who speak a language other than English at home (2nd LOTE), and second generation migrants (both parents born in China/Hong Kong) who speak only English at home (2nd Eng).|
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