(三教). The traditional matrix of Chinese spirituality and religion, including Taoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism.
Religious Activities Replaced with Veneration of Mao Zedong
Places of worship were off-limits to believers amid the coronavirus outbreak, while activities to worship China’s revolutionary leader in temples were green-lighted.
Jehovah’s Witnesses Persecuted for ‘Political Neutrality’
China’s regime does not accept believers’ religious choices and punishes them for not saluting the national flag or refusing to sing the country’s anthem.
CCP Rewriting The Gospel: Jesus Actually “Killed” The Woman Taken in Adultery
The story in John 8 is presented to Chinese students as one where the Savior waits for the Pharisees to leave, then stones the adulterer himself.
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.