China’s folk religion venues, an integral part of rural life for generations, suffer severe crackdowns, as the communist regime aims to eradicate all religions.
The Chinese government continues stepping up efforts to suppress religions by demolishing places of worship.
With restrictions imposed by the new law on religion in China, many private orphanages across the country were closed, depriving children of love and care.
While sacrificing their lives to treat the victims of the deadly virus, China’s doctors and nurses were pressed to play along with the government’s propaganda.
Using propaganda and monetary rewards, police and teachers join forces to make schoolchildren report on people of faith.
To disseminate fear among people of faith, measures promoting snitching and offering considerable amounts of money for informers are expanded throughout China.
On central government orders, local authorities throughout China are cracking down on Buddhist places of worship. As a result, many are razed to the ground.
Higher education institutions have long been a focus of CCP’s stability maintenance efforts aimed at suppressing free speech and preventing unrest.
Despite pleas by local Buddhists, a 17-meter-tall statue of Guanyin in Hebei Province was demolished, joining the long list of China’s shattered religious icons.