Repeated arrests of believers from Early Rain Covenant Church continue. The details of the beating of one faithful woman illustrate the extent of the injustice.
“Sharp Eyes” increases the number of cameras on streets, part of China’s plan to install them everywhere, monitoring everyone, including people of faith.
China’s believers are trying to conceal religious statues and icons in order to save them from destruction.
Chinese Communist Party refuses to process applications for Buddhist and Daoist temples, then goes on a rampage to bring them all down.
Patients in China are forced to register religious status when seeking medical care and also undergo a litany of questions about private life.
In the most severe crackdown on Buddhism and Taoism since the Cultural Revolution, ancient temples and statues are being demolished across the country.
Since the rise of Xi Jinping, the Chinese government longs to return to the past of the Cultural Revolution, replacing religion with personality politics.
Spying and reporting on believers by fellow citizens is encouraged by the Chinese government through monetary rewards.
In July ofthis year, Chinese authorities launched a nation wide campaign to stop the distribution of the Christian newspaper Spring Rain News, and to confiscate all copies in circulation. Spring Rain News is a spiritual newspaper founded by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in October 2014. The newspaper is published informally as an internal church publication. […]
A 47-year-old member of The Church of AlmightyGod from Shaanxi committed suicide after prolonged persecution andintimidations by authorities.