Although not necessarily involving detention, the CCP’s militarized training of Tibetan workers, sent to work far from home, is suspiciously similar to what is being done to the Uyghurs.
During a six-month crackdown last year, authorities merged and repurposed places of worship using threats, intimidations, and other deceitful methods.
Disrupting the peaceful final days of numerous elderly believers, authorities harass senior care centers to block any promotion of religions.
Churches and temples were rigorously restricted to reopen after coronavirus measures were eased, and authorities used the situation to expand control over them.
To prevent members of state-run churches from joining unregistered places of worship, the government implements new repressive measures to control them.
Local governments across China urge to create “model” towns or villages without residents who are members of religious groups labeled “heterodox teachings.”
Places of worship were off-limits to believers amid the coronavirus outbreak, while activities to worship China’s revolutionary leader in temples were green-lighted.
To make unregistered Catholics join the official Patriotic Church, authorities throughout China harass congregations and clergy members.
Bitter Winter for the International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief
A digest of persecution in China for August 22, the International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief.