I read a news report day that Chinese customs at Kunming has seized 300 Chinese language Bibles from the luggage of a visiting Christian group which had planned to distribute them for free (http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080817/ap_on_re_as/china_bibles_confiscated_1).
In December 2007 it was reported that the Amity Foundation of Nanjing has printed 50 million Chinese Bibles since it was founded in 1988 (http://www.anglicancommunion.org/acns/news.cfm/2007/12/5/ACNS4348).
Last month The China Daily reported that 10,000 bilingual Bibles would be made available at the Olympic Village during the games.
The People's Republic of China State Constitution indicates that Chinese people have the freedom to believe in religion but not the freedom to propagate religion. In the meantime the Protestant Church in China has been growing by more than 1 million believers a year for more than 2 decades.
The people in China yearn for the fruits of the spirit, the Chinese Communist Party frets over the power of the Church to promote people's democracy.