The requirement to disclose religious affiliation puts people of faith in a serious pickle – betray their beliefs or get into trouble?
Christians forced to wear a tracking device to be watched by government officials 24/7 and restricted to designated areas they’re not allowed to leave.
China’s suppression of religious belief is at its worst since the Cultural Revolution, and Christian house churches are especially targeted.
These two new religious movements are considered xie jiao, and Chinese citizens are forbidden to travel abroad to attend their seminars.
Government officials shut down Christmas Mass celebrations in the Archdiocese of Fuzhou under the pretext of “keeping stability.”
Government officials are on a tear, cracking down on renowned house churches all over China.