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.
The CCP is reaching new highs of “creativity” in crushing religious belief, by revamping statues of Buddha and Lao-Tzu to look like Chinese emperors and writers.
In preparation for the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, authorities throughout China spare no efforts to suppress dissent.
Both spanning a history of nearly a millennium and a half, one of the temples was demolished, the other was converted into a communist propaganda center.
Books and DVDs by Venerable Master Chin Kung, revered around the world for propagating multicultural and interfaith harmony, have been labeled as illegal in China.
To prevent “Western infiltration” and eradicate religion from schools, the CCP is altering the content of literary classics, language and history textbooks.
Young Chinese study president’s speeches and Party policies – from kindergartens to universities – to become the new generation of faithful socialists.