Even during the coronavirus outbreak, the CCP continued crackdowns on places of worship, turning them into entertainment venues and destroying Buddhist icons. by Li Changshan According to a civil servant from Linzhou, a county-level city in the central province of Henan, the government of Yuankang, one of the towns in the jurisdiction, convened officials from […]
A former employee of the largest state-owned telecommunications provider reveals how the regime is monitoring citizens’ calls and messages on mobile phones.
With China’s economic downturn, ordinary citizens are left to suffer as a result of failing policies that were supposed to help them initially.
The government forcibly demolishes residences and farms under the pretext of “restoring arable land,” destroying people’s lives, forcing them into poverty.
Eager to prove to higher-ups their gusto in suppressing religions, Xingyang city authorities shattered numerous Christian and folk religion places of worship.
Student’s dormitory rooms are raided for faith-related items, any books on religion banned from libraries, and teachers’ religious status investigated.
The compromises Three-Self churches made with the Chinese government only brought intensified persecution, not peace.
Since the control over believers has become one of the main tasks for local authorities, their work is closely monitored and evaluated.