September 23, 2020

Chinese border cafe linked to convicted missionary shuts doors

Couple's visa not renewed after missionary business partner's arrest for fraud

TUMEN, China – The Chinese border city cafe part-owned by Peter Hahn, the Korean-American missionary convicted of fraud by local authorities, has closed after his managing partner was denied a visa renewal with no explanation, the partner’s wife told NK News.

Elizabeth Grainger, whose husband Bob had been running The Green Apple cafe in Tumen since 2009, said that Beijing had denied the couple a renewal of their visa in August.