Tibetan nuns evicted by Chinese authorities from a Tibetan Buddhist study center in Sichuan have been singled out for harsh treatment by their guards after showing signs of distress during political re-education sessions, according to Tibetan sources.
Thousands of monks and nuns forced out of the Yachen Gar Tibetan Buddhist Center in western China’s Sichuan province and back to their hometowns have been “rounded up” by authorities and sent for “political re-education,” according to Tibetan sources.
In 2019, the CCP’s persecution of religion and faith in Mainland China has reached a peak.
Clergy and congregation members from state-approved and house churches alike worry that the persecution of Christianity is only going to escalate.
A conference co-hosted by Bitter Winter denounced a global CCP campaign aimed at preventing Chinese refugees from persecuted religious groups from being granted asylum abroad.
Scholars from eight countries hail Tiananmen and Religious Persecution in China as a valuable tool for both classrooms and human rights events.