Government officials are ringing in the Spring Festival – Chinese New Year – by clamping down on Christian literature.
Fear of mass protests in China is leading to total surveillance, ideological control, and suppression of dissidents and human rights groups.
While the world condemns the sentencing of Witnesses in Russia to harsh jail penalties for the only crime of practicing their faith, China applauds the persecution.
China expends great energy to suppress religion, and even more energy to hide the suppression. Closing streets, monitoring social media, bullying reporters.
Everyday items from agricultural production to vocational tools to tea sets could get you arrested in Xinjiang. The official list of prohibited items disclosed.
Often chased from public schools, the Tibetan language is taught in monasteries. The CCP claims this is forbidden.
In August 2018, we all celebrated Kazakhstan’s decision not to deport this brave Muslim refugee back to China. But Beijing did not give up, and she is at risk again.
The Chinese authorities have brought religions to the level of political conflicts between nations, and religious individuals are stringently investigated as spies.
Christians in China are facing a spiritual battle as the CCP seeks to make communist ideology the one, true and pure faith for every Chinese citizen.
Government agents attend all services, and church members themselves are bribed to inform for the government, leading to paranoia among believers.