The Chinese authorities’ crackdown on Buddhist venues and symbols is intensifying, even protected historical and cultural sites are not spared.
Hubei authorities have sealed off and demolished Buddhist temples, cutting off believers’ source of livelihood and leaving them homeless.
Authorities are harassing a once flourishing, more than 1,000-year-old temple and subject monks to increased control and indoctrination.
The CCP is cracking down on Buddhist statues from the source: factories that cast them have become a new target of government’s attacks.
In its effort to blot out religion, the Chinese Communist Party uses churches and temples as venues for the non-religious to perform.
China’s Buddhist statues are falling one by one as the Chinese Communist Party intensifies its campaign to rid the country of its religious symbolism.
The Chinese government keeps up its destruction of Buddhist temples and statues, even ruining the ones they’ve spared.
Hebei authorities used explosives to destroy the “Dripping-Water Guanyin” statue, as the CCP’s intense crackdown on large religious statues continues.
Famous schools must cut all ties with their historical past, shedding robes and statues and names that evoke their Buddhist origins.
Authorities are using crackdowns on illegal buildings as a pretense to launch a campaign to forcibly demolish religious sites.