Li An (pseudonym), male, born in 1966, from the eastern province of Jiangsu, is a Christian of The Church of Almighty God (CAG). On April 20, 2020...
The believers were sentenced to years in prison merely for practicing their faith. One of them was just 19. by Deng Jie Between June and S
Local governments repurpose places of worship and turn them into propaganda centers, entertainment venues, or factories. Some are even leveled to the
On top of removing crosses, Chinese authorities order to replace Christianity’s main symbol on churches’ seals with the five-pointed star. by Ye Jiaj
Religious persecution in China affects each aspect of believers’ life. Those unwilling to give up their faith may lose their jobs. by Zhang Wenshu
The CCP enforces strict measures to prohibit people from saying goodbye to their deceased devout family members according to religious traditions and
Mass arrest operations were planned across China before the coronavirus outbreak. If it were not for the pandemic, even more people could have been de
Provincial and municipal governments intensify measures to purge from state-run churches all publications that are not approved by the state. by Wang
Although some Christians from The Church of Almighty God (CAG) are seriously ill, they are still subjected to the CCP police’s merciless mistreatm...
One of the sentenced believers will spend 15 years in prison merely for keeping at home CAG-related e-books and videos. by Chang Xin Amid the
Attacks on house churches across China intensified in the past few months, as police and government officials raid places of worship and intimidate co
Members of The Church of Almighty God share their experience manufacturing goods for foreign companies while serving time in prison for their faith.
A member of The Church of Almighty God recounts three years and six months in detention where he was forced to eat cockroaches and banned from the toi
Countless members of this Christian new religious movement are blacklisted in China and are harassed and persecuted for years, pressured to renounce t
Believers who resist being managed by China’s communist regime are often arrested and interrogated, despite their elderly age and declining health. b
A member of The Church of Almighty God, arrested for his faith, was tortured for six days before he was sentenced to six years in prison. by Deng Cha
Oxford University Press publishes Massimo Introvigne’s survey of the most persecuted religious movement in China by Ruth Ingram Viciously pers
The CCP treats any link the Chinese believers have with abroad as “foreign infiltration” that threatens its regime. Any such tie is investigated and s
The Chinese government is using WeChat, a popular multi-purpose social media and messaging app, for mass surveillance, including to monitor people of
The minute coronavirus prevention restrictions were eased, state-run churches in Jiangxi Province felt the resurgence of onslaughts. Many were closed