(Three Self Patriotic Movement, 三自愛國運動). The united Protestant Church, established in 1954 and strictly controlled by the CCP, which appoints its leaders and pastors. It is part of the Red Market. The CCP’s project was, and is, that all Chinese Protestants should join this Church, but many resist and gather in house churches.
Sexual Abuse of Uyghur Women by CCP Cadres in Xinjiang: A Victim Speaks Out
Now a refugee in Europe, Qelbinur has decided to break her silence and tell Bitter Winter the reality about Han Chinese “relatives” sent to Xinjiang to live in the homes of Uyghurs
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.
Religious Venues Suppressed in the Name of Epidemic Prevention
Churches and temples were rigorously restricted to reopen after coronavirus measures were eased, and authorities used the situation to expand control over them.
Tibetan Youth ‘Sinicized’ Through Education
The CCP brings gifted students from Tibet to study in inland China, forcing them to give up their culture, language, and traditions in exchange.