As a neighboring province of Xinjiang, Gansu has become one of the destinations for transferring detained Uyghurs.
The CCP is cracking down on Buddhist statues from the source: factories that cast them have become a new target of government’s attacks.
Meeting venues are raided, Bibles and religious articles seized, and believers registered and photographed for further surveillance.
Chinese government threatens mail couriers with hefty fines for circulation of any religious materials, as the goal is to eradicate them completely.
Three-Self church pastors forced to undergo “ideological conversion.” Xi Jinping and Mao must be preached together with Christ, or license to preach revoked.
In Jiangxi Province, authorities crack down on critical speech, under the pretext of fighting pornography
Under the pretext of “de-radicalization,” CCP has extended its control of the population in Xinjiang to every aspect of daily life.
The CCP’s high-pressure control on the Uyghurs also creates heavy stress for ethnic Han public officials there. One committed suicide.
The director of a Taoist temple in Hubei Province was ordered to erect the Chinese national flag in front of his temple. He got sick, collapsed on the base of the flagpole, and died.
As government authorities continue their campaign to eradicate religion from China, religious symbols are removed.