The CCP continues its campaign to eliminate religious statues in Hubei and Guangxi provinces.
China’s communist regime uses a variety of pretexts to eliminate Buddhist symbols in its war against anything religious.
The CCP continues removing domes and minarets from mosques and suppresses any expression of Hui Muslim tradition and culture.
Amid the CCP’s nationwide cross removal campaign, a state-run and a house church in a Zhejiang Province village were attacked by government-hired security guards.
The Tushita Palace in the ancient Lingyan Temple was destroyed in November last year, after months of rectifications ordered by the local authorities.
To create an atmosphere where “every person participates and all population report” on xie jiao, the government offers up to 100,000 RMB (about $ 14,000) for delation.
China’s folk religion venues, an integral part of rural life for generations, suffer severe crackdowns, as the communist regime aims to eradicate all religions.
The number of closed or destroyed temples in this Sichuan city over a short time has triggered residents’ fear of the Cultural Revolution resurgence.
The network of “Civilization Practice Stations for a New Era” is expanded all over China to transform believers through education.