China’s communist regime implements drastic censorship and ideological control measures to ensure that educators follow the Party line.
To prevent members of state-run churches from joining unregistered places of worship, the government implements new repressive measures to control them.
China’s communist regime uses a variety of pretexts to eliminate Buddhist symbols in its war against anything religious.
To reach the goal of no impoverished households by the end of 2020, CCP forces villagers with no skills or income to move to cities after their homes are destroyed.
Places of worship must prove loyalty to the CCP before opening their doors after the coronavirus lockdown. Flag-raising ceremonies are obligatory.
Enough is enough: even Chinese social media users tell the CCP that at least in the Unites States you can protest police brutality. In China, those who protest go to jail, or worse.
A law that the CCP uses widely to silence those protesting its autocratic rule lists 32 instances when petitioning the government may result in hefty sentences.
China’s teachers have been forced for years to serve as enforcers of the authoritarian regime’s ideology, swapping school education with government propaganda.
To warrant “proper” indoctrination of students, China’s regime probes and punishes religious teachers, ensures that not a single faith-related word is said in class.