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The CCP intensifies sanctions on Christian Sunday schools and summer camps while strengthening patriotic education to foster the new generation of Party followers.
After the coronavirus lockdown restrictions were lifted in April, authorities took to destroying temples on various pretexts.
Local authorities across China confiscate from temples and shops materials that are not sanctioned by the state and investigate their distribution channels.
Amid the nationwide crackdowns on religions, only the venues venerating Chairman Mao are protected from closures and demolitions.
More than 200 facial recognition cameras were installed in churches and temples in one Jiangxi Province county. This alarming practice is spreading across China.
The Holy See admits that “extremely painful situations” are not solved, but claims it is too early to assess the effects of the deal.
The government increases censorship on was is said in state-run Protestant churches, demanding pastors and preachers to advocate CCP policies and praise its leaders.