The Door: Live Worship From Beijing China was produced during China's Olympic Games, and is the first officially sanctioned live project to come out of China. It was recorded during a Sunday service at Beijing's 4,000-member International Christian Fellowship--where worshipers' identities are checked by government agents before they can enter the hall. Remarkably, authorities gave their official permission, but to be safe, the hard drive containing the recording left China quickly. The main condition was that the recording could not be broadcast before the Olympics. It was a miracle to pull it off, simply because it had never been done before. The Door, captured on both CD and DVD, brings standard Western style worship alongside 2,000-year-old traditional Chinese instruments such as the dulcimerlike yangqin, the harp-style guzheng and the drone pipe hulusi. "We wanted the recording to give the vibe that local worship teams could actually incorporate and redeem some of these ancient instruments. We're hearing stories from China that in villages all over China, people are sitting down in one person's home who has a TV and watching The Door project," says Mark Tedder, producer and worship leader.