Cases of crackdowns against Taoism, one of the Chinese Three Teachings, from Zhejiang, Liaoning, and Jilin provinces.
Recently issued guidelines across China demand to intensify crackdowns on “foreign religious infiltration,” mainly targeting US-affiliated places of worship.
To advance CCP’s religion “sinicization” policy, crackdowns are launched to confiscate faith-related materials that are not approved by the state.
Shops and restaurants run by Hui people across China are losing an integral part of Muslim cultural identity, as the CCP pushes forward its “sinicization” policy.
While the CCP governs the Three-Self Church, many of its venues are not issued religious activity registration certificates and are subsequently stifled and shut.
The CCP’s campaign to remove religious symbols from places of worship continues unabated, as believers are harassed in places of worship and at home.
Outdoor religious statues continue to be destryed across China, local officials in charge threated to be dismissed if they disobey the central government orders.
The sculptures of the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy were removed as part of the CCP’s campaign to eliminate all large open-air religious symbols.
The CCP intensifies crackdowns on overseas religious groups in China; believers not allowed to have contacts with foreigners or even watch TV programs from abroad.