A spiffy corporate campus in China isn’t exactly where you’d expect to find a four-foot-tall wooden cross, let alone a church filled with Chinese singing hymns. But that’s what’s happening on the Beijing and other campuses of Semiconductor Manufacturing International Company (SMIC), whose founding CEO is an enthusiastic evangelical Christian. A leader in what Beijing considers a highly strategic industry, the chip making company has secured unusual leeway for free worship from a government that’s extremely cautious about organized religion.
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