In a conversation with a friend, the teacher had expressed exhaustion with the local government and disapproved of the CCP’s policies. As a result, he lost his job, and his colleagues at school are subjected to strict control.
Religion in schools
Over 20 schools set up by Chinese missionaries in Myanmar’s Wa State have been closed down, and many staff members have been arrested and later handed over to the Chinese authorities.
The Xinjiang Supply and Marketing Technical School in Shihezi has students from Uyghur and Kazakh ethnicities, which is why it is under strict government surveillance.
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.
Authorities have launched a campaign in primary and secondary schools to investigate if children and their families are believers.
Source: ChinaAid Date: May 13, 2018 ChinaAid reports on the government’s violations of the constitutionally guaranteed freedom of religious belief by prohibiting citizens from participating in religious activities in schools.