Despite international protests, Thailand keeps Uyghur refugees in overcrowded detention camps and threatens to send them back to China.
Two preachers disclose a plethora of government’s methods to gather information, later used to persecute the religious: bribes, threats, manipulations, and more.
The CCP is forcing clergy to interpret the Bible according to the “core socialist values”, transforming the Christian doctrine so that it exists in name only.
Pressuring to join the state-approved church, authorities installed surveillance cameras and stationed police officers to intimidate the pastor and believers.
Provincial governments implement brutal suppression policies, aided with propaganda and resulting in arrests of believers.
CCP is intensifying ideological indoctrination in schools by glorifying revolutionary past and making students cram the current Communist Party doctrines.
For the first time, the article of the Criminal Code against xie jiao (“heterodox teachings”) is used in Xinjiang to indict 18 Jehovah’s Witnesses.
CCP’s increasing squashing of cultural and religious traditions of this ethnic group leaves them with the feeling of impending crisis, similar to Xinjiang.
Patriotic ideology and traditional Chinese culture forcefully replacing religious activities, churches pressured to stage plays and operas to transform faith.