The CCP is clamping down on anything religion-related for children – be it a kindergarten on church property, a Sunday school, or training of future clergy members.
Ahead of the central government inspection, local authorities “sinicize” temples by destroying traditional Tibetan stupas, drive away spiritual leaders.
In an attempt to accelerate the eradication of the largest Chinese Christian new religious movement, the CCP coaxes officials and believers to become spies.
Ignoring pleas from believers and threatening to suppress them, the Chinese regime wantonly destroys Buddhist and Taoist temples, loots their assets.
Party bureaucrats are demanded to always carry quotes by the president and study them; those who can’t recite them from memory may face punishment.
The CCP continues its campaign to dismantle all open-air Buddhist icons. Even pieces of art with religious connotations are not spared.
Portrayed as a model of “CCP support and patriotism” for paying respect to revolutionary heroes, the temple in Hebei succumbs to religious persecution nonetheless.
The striking cases of Ludezhuang, Mozi Mountain, Sheshan Hill and Niuyu Cross Mountain forced to recognize the state. We heard the voice of the witnesses
Forty-five priests from the Diocese of Zhangjiakou were forced to undergo “ideological conversion classes” to make them join the Patriotic Church.