(被禁止名單or被禁團體名單, “list of forbidden groups.”) The list of the “heterodox teachings” the CCP prohibits as xie jiao and includes in the black market. Similar lists existed in Imperial and Nationalist China, and which religions were included in them was largely motivated by political considerations. Since 1995, the CCP has published and periodically published lists of the xie jiao. They are crucially important to determine which groups are banned and mercilessly persecuted.
CCP Celebrates the “Glorious” Butcher of Tiananmen
On September 9, the Party honored the centenary of the birth of Yang Baibing, the general who in 1989 ordered to shoot unarmed protesters in Tiananmen Square
Xinjiang, Tibet, Mongolia: Cultural Genocide in Theory and Practice
The CCP’s policy of eradicating cultural, religious, and linguistic identities is systematic, and derives from Xi Jinping’s reflections on the fall of the Soviet Union.
Inner Mongolia: 5,000 Arrested, CCP Offers Bogus “Compromise”
While the protest against the substitution of Mongolian with Chinese as the primary education language continues, authorities propose the same “Five No Changes” that were part of the reform since it was launched in August.
Police Harass and Beat Believers Protecting Temples
Authorities in Anhui Province use force against people who try to prevent demolitions of their worship venues.