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"Chinese or the Sinitic language(s) (汉语/æ¼¢èªÅ¾, pinyin: HànyÇ”; å�Ž语/è�¯èªÅ¾, HuáyÇ”; or 中文, ZhÅ�ngwén) is a language family consisting of languages mutually unintelligible to varying degrees.  Originally the indigenous languages spoken by the Han Chinese in China, it forms one of the two branches of Sino-Tibetan family of languages. About one-fifth of the world’s population, or over one billion people, speak some form of Chinese as their native language. The identification of the varities of Chinese as "dialects" instead of "languages" is considered inappropriate by linguists and Sinologists."  Quoted directly from

Vestavia Alliance Church / Birmingham Chinese Christian Church

This is a front view of the Vestavia Alliance Church/Birmingham Chinese Christian Church.

Southside Baptist Church

This is a view of the front side of the Southside Baptist Church.

Please take notice at the beautifully descriptive Chinese writing.



Please copy and paste the following URLs into your search engine to view clips of the song"Amazing Grace" sung in Chinese and English.