Using various trumped-up pretexts, the CCP continues its campaign to eliminate outdoor religious statues across China.
Han teachers working in schools for Uyghur children reveal the ugly side of the CCP’s campaign to “support Xinjiang.”
The Fuyun Temple in the northern province of Shanxi was demolished after several attempts by the government to rectify it.
Disrupting the peaceful final days of numerous elderly believers, authorities harass senior care centers to block any promotion of religions.
Authorities in Anhui Province use force against people who try to prevent demolitions of their worship venues.
A Uyghur mother was duly authorized by the Chinese government to visit her son who was studying in Turkey. Later, the visit was regarded as a crime and she was arrested.
Chinese authorities crack down on all things religious, including venues of indigenous religions that have been an integral part of life in rural areas for years.
Behind the “success” of the CCP’s rural revitalization campaign hide stories of misery and pain by its “beneficiaries.”
The CCP persecutes people for electronic devices with religious content as part of the campaign against “illegal publications and pornography.”