Facilities where inmates are subject to six hours of mandatory indoctrination every day, but unlike in the transformation through education camps, are allowed to return to their homes at night and should report again to the class the following morning. In Xinjiang, the inmates, most of them Uyghur Muslims who do not speak Chinese, are compelled to recite or sing the national anthem in Chinese, and reportedly beaten if they are unable to comply. Although less harsh than the transformation through education camps, the mandatory indoctrination classes are not simple “schools” either, and there have been reports of inmates who have committed suicide, unable to bear the mistreatments any further.
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.
Church-Run Schools Eliminated to Advance Patriotic Education
The CCP cracks down on educational institutions with ties to places of worship to ensure that the young generation receives only “proper” communist training.
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.
Nearly 550 Protestant Venues Shut Down in Jiangsu Province
During a six-month crackdown last year, authorities merged and repurposed places of worship using threats, intimidations, and other deceitful methods.