Communist regimes, especially China, encourages uniformity and conformity since it then become relatively easy to control the population as the reactions can be easily determined. It leads to the Chinese Communist Govt's mantra of 'harmony'. Harmony with no dissent is the only way that the Communist Party can exists since unsavoury diktats can sometimes prove counterproductive to the existence of the Party and Govt leading to the Tienanmen Square incidents. Thus, if 'uniformity' and 'harmony' through mind control can be ensured, there can be no revolution to topple the Communists. However, 'foreign' religions, like Christianity and Islam, which promote alien ideas and mindsets and is contrary to the historic legacy enshrined in the Concept of Legalism where the King and the State is the sole arbiter of the peoples' good, sparks can fly. It is to the detriment of the manner of mind control that the Communists exert on its people. This rise in Christianity, which is a foreign religion and encourages foreign ideas, often beyond the realm of the religion, can be most dangerous for the health and unity of the Peoples' Republic since it can lead to ideas that are conterproductive to the manner in which the Chinese Communist Govt is giving direction to China. Notwithstanding the best efforts of the Communist Chinese Govt to run down foreign religions, including destroying the Churches or Mosques, or controlling the Priests, the foreign religions are on the rise, healthy and kicking including through 'illegal' Churches and Mosques. This is a dangerous trend for China and its march to being a genuine superpower.