Activists and advocates of the 1989 student protest, which was violently crushed by the regime, continue to be monitored and suppressed to this day.
The CCP eradicates unregistered Protestant venues, harassing and arresting believers, imposing hefty fines on them.
People of faith, Buddhists and Christians alike, are not allowed to celebrate life’s most significant moments according to religious traditions and rites.
People of faith who receive subsistence allowances from the government face a hard decision to choose between religion and sustaining their livelihood.
Three members of this banned religious group in China share their horrifying experiences of torture after being arrested for their faith.
The municipal government launched a unified crackdown campaign, resulting in demolitions and takeovers of religious venues across rural areas.
Authorities in Shandong and Hebei provinces remove domes from mosques and vigorously promote the sinicization of Islam, demanding Muslims to obey the Party only.
Muslim students who attend universities in inland China are continuously monitored, barred from exhibiting ethnic and religious characteristics.
Members of state-run Protestant churches suffer unmatched harassment at the hands of authorities, as their worship places are demolished on trumped-up pretexts.