A religious group that (a) has been established at a comparatively recent date (although some include groups founded in the 19th century) and (b) significantly diverges for its beliefs and practices from the oldest, traditional, “mainline” religions with which it coexists in a given geographical area.
Cultural Revolution Returns: Everything Religious is Purged
From crosses on graves to traditional Buddhist and Taoist attire and even signboards of martial art schools—all religious symbols and names ordered to be removed.
Uyghur Traditional Houses Destroyed by the CCP: Another Tool of Cultural Genocide
A fascinating study by Timothy Grose shows how the “Three News” brutal campaign in Xinjiang is transforming domestic spaces to eradicate Uyghur identity.
Hong Kong and China: Will the European Union Support Human Rights?
Contradictory signals from Brussels. An excellent pro-Hong-Kong resolution has been passed, but the office of the Special Envoy for religious freedom in the world has been canceled.
CCP Post-George-Floyd Propaganda: Chinese Netizens Strike Back
Enough is enough: even Chinese social media users tell the CCP that at least in the Unites States you can protest police brutality. In China, those who protest go to jail, or worse.