On the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, together with professionals, the Amity Foundation provided legal support to victims of domestic abuse.
A large percentage of Chinese TSPM churches start to build their own website or application, as China’s new religious information law required.
A house church in Putian, Fujian Province was banned in violation of conducting activities in the name of social group without authorization.
A Christian in China is blocked to use an intelligent working platform for a year as she was claimed to “post illegal religious content” there.
Recently the Textbook on the Interpretation of Christianity Through Chinese Classics complied by the Central Institute of Socialism was completed.
Kunming government stated that the local landmark Cathedral of the Sacred Heart of Jesus as "illegal construction" would be dismantled and transformed from October 1.
Recently, city and county governments in China announced financial rewards to people who report “illegal religious activities”.
One pastor and sixteen elders were ordained in Inner Mongolia.
Four Christians were sentenced to years for selling audio Bible players after the recent trial last December.
According to Shaanxi Christian Site, elder Yuan Xiulan of Shenmu Church led eight workers to visit Ma Town Nursing Home, distributing gifts to elderly residents there.