The CCP continues crackdowns on traditional Chinese places of worship and religious icons.
As China’s communist government continues to invade and close down temples, Taoists are banned from wearing traditional clothes and hairstyles.
The CCP intensifies efforts to eradicate Buddhist and Taoist temples using various pretexts to cover up its true intentions—to suppress people of faith.
Followers of Buddhism and Taoism, two traditional Chinese religions, face ruthless suppression at the hands of authorities for defending their religious liberties.
Cases of crackdowns against Taoism, one of the Chinese Three Teachings, from Zhejiang, Liaoning, and Jilin provinces.
In May, the CCP launched another large-scale drive against Buddhist and Taoist venues in central China’s province where the coronavirus originated.
Buddhist, Taoist, and folk religion temples suffered severe attacks in the prefecture-level cities of Baoji and Yan’an last year: some were closed, others destroyed.
As the CCP sends armed police to rectify or demolish places of worship, congregations resist them bravely defending the right to practice their faith.
The number of closed or destroyed temples in this Sichuan city over a short time has triggered residents’ fear of the Cultural Revolution resurgence.