U.S. President George Bush met with his Chinese counterpart, Hu Jintao,
Sunday in Beijing, where police stopped another protest by foreign
U.S. National Security Council official Dennis Wilder says
leaders discussed human rights in China, as well bilateral and regional
International media reports say a Christian activist was
earlier in the day while the man was on his way to a church service
attended by Mr. Bush. Hua Huiqi is a pastor of one of China's
underground churches, which are often harrassed or shut down by Chinese
Speaking after the service at a state-sanctioned Protestant church, Mr.
Bush said no state should fear the influence of religion.
police stopped another protest Sunday by foreign activists
calling for freedom for Tibet. Students for a Free Tibet says a Tibetan
woman from Germany and four other foreign activists- two Americans and
two Canadians were detained near Beijing's Tiananmen Square after
briefly displaying a banned Tibetan flag.