The review of their human rights situation all member states should submit to, every five years, at the Human Rights Council of the United Nations. China’s last periodic review was in 2018, with the next one scheduled for 2023.
90+ Folk Religion Temples Destroyed in Henan’s Linzhou City
The municipal government launched a unified crackdown campaign, resulting in demolitions and takeovers of religious venues across rural areas.
Tibetan Buddhism ‘Sinicized’ Across Inland China
Implementing President Xi Jinping’s orders to advance the ‘sinicization’ of Tibetan Buddhism, local authorities eradicate traditional architecture and symbols.
More Bans on Religious Materials Not Approved by the State
Businesses are prohibited from publishing religious texts that don’t pass CCP’s censorship, while postal and courier services are banned from distributing them.
Xinjiang, Tibet, Mongolia: Cultural Genocide in Theory and Practice
The CCP’s policy of eradicating cultural, religious, and linguistic identities is systematic, and derives from Xi Jinping’s reflections on the fall of the Soviet Union.