The Chinese Communist Party is cracking down on its members who secretly believe in God. Devotion to the Party must be absolute.
Chinese believers are finding that their travel is being monitored or prohibited. They fear social credit system and growing pressure on family members.
The CCP is successfully keeping up its efforts of turning houses of worship into government-sanctioned activity centers, for everything except religion.
Combination Buddhist shrine and tourist attraction, the statues are unacceptable to Chinese authorities, so they must be disappeared.
The march to establish religion “with Chinese characteristics” continues, with Buddhist temples now feeling the pressure, compromising their beliefs.
Draconian measures to root out terrorism have turned life for ordinary Uyghurs into a daily nightmare of surveillance and terror.
Authorities are going from town to town taking down Christian icons and replacing them with pictures of Chairman Mao and President Xi.
Beijing doesn’t recognize Christmas as a holiday, deeming the festivities a part of Western values.
Regulations to “protect” minors from religion reach a new level of absurdity, as churches near schools are forced to close, asked to share lists of youth members.