In China, universities are regarded as a bastion for promoting socialism through education. As a result, the suppression of religious students is never-ending.
Employers in China are requiring that workers sign “no-faith” commitments or else be at risk of losing their jobs and livelihood.
In a shameless play for cash, authorities declared a neighborhood a shantytown and called for the destruction of the homes, despite the pleas of residents.
Government-controlled churches offer books on the “red revolution,” biographies of leaders, and other secular works to advance the “sinicization” of religion.
Local authorities across China implement the central government’s orders of reducing the number of believers by closing down state-approved churches.
Merely because of their faith, believers are losing their freedoms – and their families.
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.