The religious in China are subjected to even fiercer crackdowns, as the regime increases “stability control” to offset the effects of the pro-democracy movement.
Places of worship across China have Islamic and Christian symbols removed on orders from local officials. Businesses with religious signboards are also “rectified.”
As the deadline “to lift all impoverished households out of poverty by 2020” is approaching, the CCP is hailing its “great achievements.” People see it differently.
Jinping county government in Yunnan closes house churches, bans the Bible in the Miao language, and orders believers to hang Xi Jinping portraits at home.
Ahead of the central government inspection, local authorities “sinicize” temples by destroying traditional Tibetan stupas, drive away spiritual leaders.
The sanctuary of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Henan and a myriad of Catholic churches across the country have been harassed by the Chinese regime.
The CCP continues its campaign to obliterate outdoor Buddhist statues across China, coming up with a myriad of trumped-up reasons to demolish or conceal them.
Bitter Winter Feature Series for Human Rights Day (IV): The CCP’s Continuing Violation of All Human Rights
December 10 was Human Rights Day. Bitter Winter celebrates it with four articles. Here, we address issues other than religious liberty.
An international conference evidences the repression of all religions by the CCP, with a focus on Ethnic Kazakhs and The Church of Almighty God.