In 2019, countless statues and other Buddhist symbols were demolished all over China. More reports from the provinces of Shanxi, Hebei, and Guangdong.
The CCP continues its campaign to obliterate outdoor Buddhist statues across China, coming up with a myriad of trumped-up reasons to demolish or conceal them.
Companies in mainland China are scrutinized and sanctioned, as the regime enforces “stability control measures” to offset the effects of the pro-democracy movement.
Gathered on the ruins of their church, believers pray and ask the state to respect religious freedom. Not many can dare even such small acts of defiance in China.
Invasive high-tech surveillance equipment, installed even in public toilets, is used to monitor and control China’s residents every step of their way.
The bishop of Wenzhou Diocese, detained repeatedly for refusing to join the Patriotic Catholic Church, is under surveillance, forbidden to hold religious activities.
To curb any possibility of democratic sentiment dispersing in the country, the government imposes strict measures on visitors to and from the two regions.
Buddhist and Taoist places of worship fall victim to the government’s religion suppression crackdowns, which they execute on trumped-up pretexts.
The CCP is coming up with creative propaganda solutions to involve the general population in eradicating religious groups designated as xie jiao.