CCP’s idea of celebrating 70 years of the People’s Republic of China – performances of patriotic songs and dances in churches. For believers, it’s an erosion of faith.
A nationwide campaign to forcibly collect people’s biometric data is in full swing across China, often misleadingly presented as a means “to fight crime.”
After words like God and Bible have been removed from literary masterpieces in primary school textbooks, religious and ethnic minorities are next to go.
The CCP continues taking over places of worship, threatening congregations to demolish buildings if they refuse. Testimonies from Jiangxi, Liaoning, and Shaanxi.
Clergy and believers refusing to join the Patriotic Church cannot evade the CCP’s continuous crackdowns and persecution even in the most remote rural places.
The CCP uses soft and tough methods: from indoctrinating performances in praise of the Party to dismantling crosses. The goal is to make religions disappear.
A propaganda performance is touring villages in Jiangxi Province, pressurizing people to replace belief in God with worshiping the regime.
The authorities of a county in Jiangxi Province are repurposing places of worship and turn them into Party propaganda centers.
Arrests of clergy and demands to join the Patriotic Church are not the only means by which the CCP is suppressing underground Catholics. An exclusive interview with a dissident priest. Wang Yong Lessons from History The Vatican-China deal of 2018 continues to be a matter of contention. The CCP interprets it to the effect […]