Banned from displaying religious symbols at home, believers are forced to hang images of Xi Jinping instead to continue receiving state benefits.
To intimidate unregistered churches in Zhejiang Province, local officials order to remove crosses and other religious symbols, close down the venues.
With the ease of pandemic restrictions, the CCP intensifies its mosque “sinicization” campaign in areas inhabited by Hui Muslims.
The CCP continues its campaign to eliminate religious statues in Hubei and Guangxi provinces.
Ahead of provincial government inspections, local authorities ordered to eliminate crosses from the roofs of Protestant and Catholic venues from April through June.
China’s communist regime uses a variety of pretexts to eliminate Buddhist symbols in its war against anything religious.
The Tushita Palace in the ancient Lingyan Temple was destroyed in November last year, after months of rectifications ordered by the local authorities.
To reach the goal of no impoverished households by the end of 2020, CCP forces villagers with no skills or income to move to cities after their homes are destroyed.
A young father dies before being allowed to see his newly born child. Another Uyghur victim of the transformation through education camps.