Say good-bye to 2020 and welcome 2021 with something reminding you every day that the persecution of banned religions should be supported—or else.
Xie Jiao Organizations
Xie jiao indicates the religious movements prohibited in China.
Hundreds of police hunt for a new incarnation of a group the CCP believed it had successfully eradicated in 2016.
While protests on school reforms continue, the authorities launch a “Prevention of Xie Jiao Propaganda Month,” and claim that banned religious groups are threatening the region’s stability
Local governments across China urge to create “model” towns or villages without residents who are members of religious groups labeled “heterodox teachings.”
Bitter Winter publishes the core part of the decision of the Korla City People’s Court dated June 30, 2020. For the background, see our relevant article.
To create an atmosphere where “every person participates and all population report” on xie jiao, the government offers up to 100,000 RMB (about $ 14,000) for delation.
A new book on the sacred scriptures of “redemptive societies” helps exposing myths and misunderstandings about Chinese religion.
The leader reorganized the movement after having been detained and “reeducated” for two years. Now, he goes to jail again, this time for 19 years.
Not coincidentally, border tensions with India are accompanied by a renewed campaign against Indian religious and spiritual movements active in China.