CCP is intensifying ideological indoctrination in schools by glorifying revolutionary past and making students cram the current Communist Party doctrines.
Foreign-affiliated churches are continuously harassed: religious venues closed down, believers investigated and prohibited from traveling abroad.
Protestant places of worship are pressured to join the government-approved Three-Self Church and submit to state control. Rebellious churches face consequences.
Even entertaining friends at home may be treated as a suspicious religious activity by the Chinese authorities; believers from official churches are no exception.
In China, saying something that authorities deem “sensitive remarks” may be labeled “anti-Party” or “anti-social” and punished accordingly.
The ever-growing numbers of harassed places of worship in Jiangxi Province’s Xinyu city are beating the sad statistics of religious persecution in China.
In Jiangxi Province, authorities crack down on critical speech, under the pretext of fighting pornography
In its effort to blot out religion, the Chinese Communist Party uses churches and temples as venues for the non-religious to perform.
During the Two Sessions, “stability maintenance” and “prevention and control” efforts increased. Travel is prohibited, and citizen spies are out in force.