Churches across China are forced to sing songs praising the Communist Party or else believers would be prohibited from gathering.
Churches that are not directly controlled by the Chinese Communist Party are facing extinction as the number of closed down places of worship and arrested preachers continues to grow.
Instead of protecting villagers suffering from pollution, the authorities sided with a mining company and violently quashed the protests.
A Buddhist temple was ruined in Hunan, and several people were beaten during protests against it.
After their parents are taken away to “transformation through education” camps, the children are often left unsupervised. Authorities are now building shelter houses for them.
Authorities in Jiangxi Province mobilized over 200 people to destroy an ancestral shrine, wounding a dozen of protesting villagers in the process.
Following the widespread removal of crosses in Henan, local governments in Jiangxi Province have also ordered to implement such removals; quite often using reasons that are hard to comprehend.
Authorities used explosives to demolish a five-meter outdoor Buddhist statue in Hubei Province for supposedly obstructing the view for airplanes.
Local authorities forcibly removed the cross from a government-approved Protestant church in Henan’s Dengfeng city, provoking protests from members of the congregation.