Electronic Bibles are popular in China. But not with the CCP, as the Christians operating Shenzhen Life Tree Culture Communication painfully discovered.
There is a Xi Jinping’s thought for everything. On July 23, a national conference in Hengyang, Hunan discussed the President’s theory of WCs.
Beijing used the feast to broadcast fake videos of Uyghurs and ethnic Kazakhs celebrating in a strange way. Some concessions were made this year, but within a climate of terror.
The priests, conscientious objectors who reject the Vatican-China deal, have been released after “legal education,” the fate of Bishop Zhang remains unknown.
A pilot show was organized in Kunming. Other public ceremonies will follow.
Christians are ordered to “completely get rid of the foreign religion.” “Sinicizing” really means “identifying with the leadership of the CCP.”
Pastors are expected to hail the CCP and the President, and conclude with “Long live the great, glorious and correct Chinese Communist Party!”
A peaceful march in Xinjiang became a bloodbath 12 years ago. From Munich to Tokyo, Uyghur diaspora remember that day in Urumqi.
A forum in Nanjing insisted that atheism is “a mandatory feature of a Socialist country,” and “sinicization” is just a tool to promote it.