Masks, helmets, umbrellas, and other “sensitive” items are no longer allowed to be sent from mainland China to Hong Kong and neighboring regions.
Throughout the province, arrest operations have been implemented since spring. New details on the planning, implementation of this suppression, and its victims.
CCP intensifies the already sweeping surveillance of places of worship by assigning officials to each; to control believers and ensure loyalty to the Party line.
To prevent any anti-government content from appearing publicly, the CCP is taking measures to control the content of computer-controlled displays.
After an elderly Christian was arrested for being active in The Church of Almighty God, the CCP excluded her grandchildren from attending college, leading the family to sever ties with her.
April 21 was Easter. The CCP “celebrated” the day by harassing dissident Catholics, house church Protestants, and even devotees of the government-controlled Three Self Church.
A comprehensive, organized campaign against The Church of Almighty God is underway in the province since the begging of April, aiming to eradicate the Church.
To avoid being arrested, members from The Church of Almighty God (CAG) have been forced to go into hiding for extended periods, unable to return to their homes.