For the CCP, it’s not enough to replace the Ten Commandments with the president’s portraits and quotations. It is now mandatory for believers to study his work. by Li Guang For members of the Chinese Communist Party, studying Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics – a political theory that China’s president launched after he came into […]
The government orders to change the appearance of temples, prohibits religious words and traditional ceremonies. Some believers end up in police custody.
Both spanning a history of nearly a millennium and a half, one of the temples was demolished, the other was converted into a communist propaganda center.
Books and DVDs by Venerable Master Chin Kung, revered around the world for propagating multicultural and interfaith harmony, have been labeled as illegal in China.
Communist propaganda echoes from inside temples, as places of worship are turning into Party indoctrination centers. CCP-supported abbots lead the way.
Ancient or new, Buddhist, Taoist, and folk religion temples continue to be suppressed; even those with proper government certification and approval are demolished.