This is a general survey on the historical and modern presence of Freemasonry in China and Chinese Freemasonry.
Freemasonry in China is outlawed by the Chinese Communist Party. The Grand Lodge of China (in Taiwan) was founded in 1949, it has 10 lodges with 750 members and is recognised by the United Grand Lodge of England.
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- Speculative Masonry in Ancient China (Holden Research Circle)
- Freemasons in China – the Portuguese link (Pietre-Stones)
- Chinese Freemasonry (Zetland Hall)
- Freemasonry in China (U.M.S.O.I.)
- Chinese Freemasonry (Quatuor Coronati Lodge)
- The use of masonic symbols in early Chinese literature (Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon)
- Chinese Freemasons (Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon)