A Church of Almighty God member recounts to Bitter Winter his horrifying experience serving a four-and-a-half-year jail sentence, received because of his faith.
The Arhat Mountain scenic area, built with private funds to pay tribute to Confucianism, Buddhism, and Taoism, came under the government’s attack.
With China’s economic downturn, ordinary citizens are left to suffer as a result of failing policies that were supposed to help them initially.
For Christians, one of the most important activities in practicing their faith is sharing the gospel. But not in China, where it is prohibited.
Over the past few months, multiple Buddhist and Taoist temples were forcibly dismantled or shut down in Hubei Province.
The sculptures of the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy were removed as part of the CCP’s campaign to eliminate all large open-air religious symbols.
The CCP is spending exorbitant sums of money and workforce to eliminate all outdoor religious symbols by demolishing or concealing them.
The Chinese government is determined to destroy all outdoor religious statues in the country, regardless of their location – be it in a temple or a public square.
Coming home is usually a happy occasion. But for Uyghurs who work outside Xinjiang, every visit to the native region may end with detention in an internment camp.