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Jesus More Popular on China's Twitter than Current President and Chairman Mao

Teresa Neumann : Apr 10, 2014 : Drew MacKenzie – Newsmax

"Lack of interest in Communist ideology and rising interest in Christianity may help explain the relative frequency of Christian-related content" on Weibo, China's version of Twitter. -Bethany Allen, Tea Leaf Nation

Jesus more popular(China)—Newsmax reports that on Weibo—the Chinese version of Twitter—Jesus is more popular than former communist Chairman Mao Tse-tung. (Photo via Newsmax)

According to a recent study in Tea Leaf Nation, Chinese President Xi Jinping only received 4 million mentions on Weibo, but Jesus more than 18 million mentions.

The research also reportedly showed that the term "Christian congregation" was mentioned more than 41 million times, while "Communist Party" yielded just 5.3 million mentions.



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