When hostile witnesses or strangers tell the same story, that's extremely powerful evidence that it's true, one of the best possible kinds of evidences. ~70% of ancient Chinese characters have parallels to Bible stories that don't make any sense unless the Bible writers and Chinese writers both were talking about a true event in their history.
There are several books and quite a few native Chinese speakers and also academics who have documented this connection extensively. Check out "God's Promise to the Chinese, by Ethel Nelson, Richard Broadberry and Dr. Ginger Tong Chock (Ph.D. in Chinese art studies, which includes ancient Chinese writing/calligraphy, from Stanford University), published in 1997, God and the Ancient Chinese by Wang and Nelson (1999) and The Beginning of Chinese Characters, by Nelson, Broadberry and Wang (2001).
Many atheist critics of this don't even have a clue about how to speak Chinese or how it's constructed. But, many Chinese have validated that this is proper, and I myself have seen secular programs on Discovery Channel, and the History Channel with Chinese academics explaining that Chinese words are often constructed using other words that help to understand more complex words. For example, the word civilization is composed of the words bright and learning.