Young Chinese study president’s speeches and Party policies – from kindergartens to universities – to become the new generation of faithful socialists.
To achieve Xi Jinping’s comprehensive poverty alleviation goal by 2020, local authorities in China are leaving the impoverished homeless and in debt.
The Chinese authorities’ crackdown on Buddhist venues and symbols is intensifying, even protected historical and cultural sites are not spared.
Islam-related symbols continue to be removed or covered up in the provinces of China with sizeable Hui Muslim populations.
University professors dismissed over comments, and control over students intensified, as Chinese authorities continue to crack down on dissent and free speech.
The authorities are using satellite positioning systems, aerial drones, and other high-tech tools to conduct surveillance on believers.
President Xi Jinping has decided schools will be the training bases for the next “Red Generation,” creating the future’s socialists.
China’s Buddhist statues are falling one by one as the Chinese Communist Party intensifies its campaign to rid the country of its religious symbolism.
Hebei authorities used explosives to destroy the “Dripping-Water Guanyin” statue, as the CCP’s intense crackdown on large religious statues continues.
A site of Marian apparition and papally-approved pilgrimage route was blockaded, yet underground believers persevere through cold and rain.