Demonstrations in Canada support Chen Huixia, who has been sentenced under Art. 300 of the Chinese Criminal Code for “using a xie jiao”.
Over 2,000 Uyghur men are detained in a “transformation through education” camp in Lop county of Xinjiang’s Hotan prefecture.
Officials are implementing a variety of new anti-religious activities, including the repurposing of religious venues, mobilizing relatives to “transform” believers, as well as extensive anti-religious propaganda campaigns.
Chinese authorities are implementing policies to supervise Christian preachers, including evaluation tests and auditing of sermon content.
In Henan, the authorities are forcing shop-owners to either change the name of their shops or shut down if they have any kind of religious significance.
Authorities in Lop county of Xinjiang’s Hotan prefecture are strictly supervising about 2,000 Uyghur children from families whose both parents had been taken to “transformation through education” camps.
Last month, authorities in the Chinese province arrested Christians for a variety of reasons. Some were sent to “transformation through education” camps.
New information emerged that women that are kept in the Kazanqi Ethnic Handicraft Production Base, which has been recently converted into a camp, are forced to work.
In an indirect assault on religion, the CCP-backed authorities either delay or refuse to issue permits for house churches to organize religious meetings.