The CCP treats any disclosed information about its actions to suppress people of faith as “the divulgence of state secrets” and cracks down on “leakers.”
People of faith, Buddhists and Christians alike, are not allowed to celebrate life’s most significant moments according to religious traditions and rites.
People of faith who receive subsistence allowances from the government face a hard decision to choose between religion and sustaining their livelihood.
The provincial government banned in April all Islam-related writings and symbols on public signages and private residences, also in businesses, like shops and cafes.
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.