A woman signed up for a Falun Gong pamphlet, and her grandson and daughter were punished severely ten years later.
Chinese Communist Party
Believers in China face punishment for posting any faith-related information or even a picture of a cross on the internet.
Authorities in Xinjiang are sentencing high-ranking Uyghurs to long prison terms as part of their anti-Muslim campaign.
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.
As the primary sources to spread atheist propaganda to children on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party, teachers have become the focus of anti-religious persecutions.
Chinese authorities are implementing policies to supervise Christian preachers, including evaluation tests and auditing of sermon content.
A village secretary who once donated money to build a temple was forced to demolish it personally and later dismissed from his post and expelled from the Chinese Communist Party.
Bitter Winter and its parent organization CESNUR have joined several other NGOs that signed an appeal by the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation calling for sanctions against the CCP officers who committed atrocities in Xinjiang and Tibet.
Two internal documents reveal further plans by the Chinese Communist Party to crack down on South Korean Christianity in China on the grounds of “resisting infiltration.”
Abbot Xuecheng, once a CCP darling, has been “counseled” to resign as a result of a sexual scandal—and for other reasons, too.