Amid escalating tensions with Western democracies, China’s regime incites nationalist sentiment among residents, cracks down on religions as “foreign agents.”
Officials suppressed state-approved Protestant venues in Jiangxi Province using a variety of pretexts—for being “dilapidated” or “too eye-catching.”
China’s southeastern province continues to intensify religious persecution measures after coronavirus lockdown measures were lifted.
As soon as coronavirus lockdowns were lifted, government officials in Duchang county resumed crackdown campaigns on places of worship.
After removing the crucifix from Xiahuang village’s church on Christmas Day, government officials ordered to vacate the place of worship on January 1.
As a propaganda tool, stage performances have been used since the Cultural Revolution to vilify CCP’s enemies, including religions, in the eyes of the masses.
Goaded by President Xi Jinping, higher education institutions across China are increasing the number of mandatory classes intended to indoctrinate the young.
To cultivate loyal and submissive followers, CCP institutes “red patriotism” courses venerating China’s revolutionary past for children in kindergartens.
School students in China are increasingly imbued with communist ideology, as the government intensifies their “patriotic education.”