Chinese academics claim that the Vatican-China Agreement follows the “Vietnamese model.” However, they misinterpret it.
Contrary to exaggerated expectations, the Vatican-China agreement has a limited scope—but is described as “the first step in a process”
Before the shutdown of Beijing’s Zion Church earlier this month, authorities made numerous attempts at coercing believers to leave the church.
Local authorities forcibly removed the cross from a government-approved Protestant church in Henan’s Dengfeng city, provoking protests from members of the congregation.
A composite of 16 buildings, where ethnic handicrafts were manufactured, has now been converted into a “transformation through education” camp in Xinjiang.
An under-construction mosque in Gansu was demolished and Muslims living nearby were forced to relocate elsewhere.
In a country where connections can get you anywhere, the “transformation through education” camps in China are off-limits.
After forcing religious heads to remove crosses from their government-approved Three-Self churches, authorities are now shutting down churches and other congregation sites.
China Illegally Monitors Abroad Cell Phones of Foreigners in Contact with The Church of Almighty God
An Indian college student started doing research on The Church of Almighty God and downloaded its application in India. Shortly, he was messaged by the Chinese National Cybersecurity Agency, and offered money if he would disclose the names of the Church’s members he was in contact with