(文化大革命 or文革). A movement promoted by the CCP between 1966 and 1976 to liquidate what remained of traditional Chinese culture, society and religion, regarded as incompatible with Communism. All religions were prohibited, including those in the red market. As the CCP itself later admitted, the movement caused incommensurable suffering to the Chinese population and ended in disgrace and failure.
Farmers Told to Grow Grains to Curb China’s Likely Food Crisis
Battling growing concerns with propaganda, Chinese authorities demand farmers switch to cultivating staple foods, disregarding their needs and circumstances.
Inner Mongolia Protests Against Cultural Genocide Gain Momentum
While plans to eliminate Mongolian language from most of the educations start being implemented, thousands take to the street, and the world starts noticing.
A Thousand-Year-Old Tibetan Buddhist Temple Destroyed in Shanxi
The Fuyun Temple in the northern province of Shanxi was demolished after several attempts by the government to rectify it.
Teachers Denied Freedom of Speech and Religion
China’s communist regime implements drastic censorship and ideological control measures to ensure that educators follow the Party line.