In the terminology of sociologist Fenggang Yang, the segment of religion in China including the five associations—Buddhist, Taoist, Muslim, Protestant (the Three Self Church) and Catholic (the Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association)—allowed by the CCP, which appoint its leaders, to operate legally, although with restrictions.
Misusing Taxes Against Religious Freedom: A Statement Was Filed at UN Human Rights Council
UN Human Rights Council: CAP-LC’s text documents a growing international problems, citing cases in France and the Tai Ji Men case in Taiwan.
The Tai Ji Men Case: Why Did the Parliament Fail?
Taiwan’s Legislative Yuan tried to restore justice, but failed—why? Experts offered their answers on International Day of Parliamentarianism.
“Christianity Loves the Party” Exhibition Unveiled in Shanghai
Visitors are told that “the Chinese Communist Party has been inextricably linked to Christianity from the day of its birth.”
Religious Books Publicly Burned, DVDs Bulldozed in Yunnan
A pilot show was organized in Kunming. Other public ceremonies will follow.