The Three-Self Church in Shuangmiao village is one of many government-controlled churches recently demolished in Henan Province.
After university authorities discovered that a student was a member of The Church of Almighty God, he was forced to leave his studies and flee.
In China, even possessing a book from The Church of Almighty God is sufficient grounds for arrest or persecution; an elderly believer from Shandong knows this well after being apprehended twice.
Police in Shandong Province shut down a family church, following the implementation of the new Regulations on Religious Affairs.
In a tactic that is reminiscent of Cultural Revolution, people of Christian faith were publicly humiliated by parading them in streets.
Xin Shoudao from Henan Province has been left impoverished after paying hefty amounts in fines in the past one year to the Chinese government.
Arrested by the police, a member of The Church of Almighty God, managed to escape, forcing authorities to start a manhunt, promising local population financial rewards for tip-offs.
The Chinese police practice “soft” torture violence, aiming at destroying person’s spirit by using psychological pressure instead of physical force.
Authorities forcibly took away Islamic-style architectural symbols from the rooftops of residential buildings in the city of Yinchuan.