Over 40 Old Local Church Venues Stifled in Jiangxi Province
China’s southeastern province continues to intensify religious persecution measures after coronavirus lockdown measures were lifted.
Nearly 100 Folk Religion Sites Suppressed in Three Provinces
As a result of crackdowns launched in April in the provinces of Zhejiang, Henan, and Hebei, some temples were demolished while others repurposed for government use.
Must Raise National Flag and Sing Anthem to Reopen Church
Some state-run churches were allowed to reopen in China after a 5-month lockdown. But only after proving their loyalty to the Communist Party.
House Churches Suppressed, Believers Arrested in Chongqing
Since the coronavirus restrictions started to be lifted in March, the CCP intensified attacks on Protestant venues that are not part of the state-run church.