A church in Zhejiang Province was torn down in 2014 and multiple people were injured while protesting it.
Sinicization of religions
Bitter Winter interviews reveal cases of arrests and punishments for even minor associations with religions.
China is hoping to be part of the next soccer World Cup in 2022. But few remember soccer started in China within Christian churches.
Students and teachers were investigated and punished for possession of Islamic or Christian texts, or if they failed to report the religious beliefs of their family members.
Source: Direct Reports from China Date: July 2, 2018 Chinese Communist authorities have created an immense network of “re-education” camps for Muslim Uyghurs in Xinjiang since the beginning of its massive “sinicization of religion” campaign. Presented as the adaptation of religion to China’s socialist society, the case of Muslim Uyghurs, in fact, looks like a […]
Source: Direct Reports from China Date: June 25, 2015 A printing house in Liaoning Province is being persecuted by Chinese authorities for printing religious literature. In late November 2017, the Communist Party police organized a thriller-like raid of the printing house, fined it with a large sum and, since then, have been subjecting the manager […]
Source: Direct Reports from China Date: June 19, 2018 Muslims in China have suffered devastating blows since the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has intensified its onslaught on religious liberties: believers are incarcerated and mosques destroyed.
Source: Direct Reports from China Date: June 5, 2018 Bitter Winter has received a copy of a confidential circular letter titled “Suggestions on Strengthening and Improving Islamic Work Under the New Circumstances,” issued on April 19, 2018, by the General Office of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the General Office […]