An under-construction mosque in Gansu was demolished and Muslims living nearby were forced to relocate elsewhere.
In a country where connections can get you anywhere, the “transformation through education” camps in China are off-limits.
After forcing religious heads to remove crosses from their government-approved Three-Self churches, authorities are now shutting down churches and other congregation sites.
An Indian college student started doing research on The Church of Almighty God and downloaded its application in India. Shortly, he was messaged by the Chinese National Cybersecurity Agency, and offered money if he would disclose the names of the Church’s members he was in contact with
Two Christian women in Xinjiang were detained last year, and the family continues to face harassment and round-the-clock surveillance.
A believer in Almighty God from Jiangxi was imprisoned for her faith and was drugged in a way that has now left her lifeless and dull.
Party cadres in a Jiangxi village seized a Christian congregation site and are now using it for their work now.
A Three-Self church in a village of Henan’s Shangqiu city was turned into a place for workshops after it has been sealed off and its cross has been torn down.
Chinese propaganda still claims The Church of Almighty God was responsible for the murder of a woman in a McDonald’s diner in Zhaoyuan in 2014. Scholarly studies have demonstrated that the crime was committed by a different religious movement and The Church of Almighty God had nothing to do with it.
The false scoop of The Wall Street Journal explained by Fr. Bernardo Cervellera, the leading Catholic expert on China.
The original Italian version of this article has been published in the Italian daily newspaper “Libero” on September 16, 2018.
An official U.S. report details the massive efforts deployed by the United Front, under the personal guidance of President Xi Jinping, to manipulate information about China abroad and contain criticism on the issues of religious freedom and human rights
Uyghur human rights scholar and activist Zubayra Shamseden tells Bitter Winter that CCP sees all Uyghur as enemies, is engaged in the largest detention of an ethnic group since World War II, and has now extended its repression to other Muslim minorities.
Australian scholar Paul Farrelly, the leading expert on New Age in China, tells Bitter Winter how New Age literature and teachings came from the West to Taiwan, and from there to Mainland China. Unless it challenges the status quo, New Age appears to enjoy a surprising toleration in China.