Images and videos of Buddhist statues being destroyed or covered keep flooding in – seemingly with no end in sight.
Perfectly functional, or barely functional, the Chinese government will go after any religious meeting site.
After five years of persecution, a member of The Church of Almighty God fell seriously ill but was unable to seek treatment while on the run.
It is not only the detainees who suffer. Aged parents and young children are left alone. This is the story of one grandmother struggling to protect her family.
Not only Muslims are imprisoned at “transformation through education” camps. One Christian tells of her confinement, indoctrination, and continuing threats.
As Chinese officials go on a demolition campaign, many Buddhists driven out of temples have been left destitute and impoverished.
Sun Juchang and his wife, Jiang Shuhong, together have spent a cumulative 1,382 days in captivity for fighting for personal freedoms.
Chinese government officials like to come up with a vast swath of reasons, pretty much all untrue, as reasons to destroy religious sites.
Authorities are intensifying strict control over online activity, resulting in people being suppressed and punished for saying anything remotely critical of CCP.
In China, where freedom is not free, decorating one’s own home or having a “sensitive” social media username is a license to be arrested or even sent to jail.