Under the pretext of urban renewal, authorities in Wenzhou city, in China’s eastern province of Zhejiang, cause destruction.
The Chinese government is so intimidated by this spiritual practice that focuses on mediation and exercise it tortures its practitioners.
The province suffering the most attacks on Christians just witnessed another, when 300 officials with excavator tore down the state-approved church.
Xinjiang authorities are forcing Muslim men to get rid of traditional attributes or face “transformation through education” camps.
Xinjiang regulations imposed in the name of social stability harm businesses, and can be used to persecute merchants arbitrarily.
Fearing for health and safety, residents of Teng’ao town protest a large-scale garbage incineration plant close to town. People protest, authorities crack down.
As part of “stability maintenance” policies, authorities demand local businesses to implement costly “counterterrorist” measures.
Monks who lived at old Buddhist Gaoshan Temple in Jiujiang city were forced to move as Chinese government demolishes the holy place.
A member of The Church of Almighty God was four months pregnant when she was arrested and tortured by the police for her belief.