A man was fined RMB 150,000 yuan for “carrying out religious training without authorization”.
Due to city development, a big Gothic-style Catholic church was demolished in Taiyuan, China’s northern Shanxi Province.
Reviewing How the Administrative Measures for Internet Religious Information Services Carried out in Past Months Before September 1
The registered church has been attempting to pass relevant exams and obtain the permits and some of them succeed, while the house church has suffered WeChat account demolition, website shutdown, and restrictions, trying to explore any alternative to release Christian online.
Tighter Restrictions on Online Ministry Since China's New Internet Religious Regulations Took Effect
Restrictions have been placed more intensely on the online ministry as China’s new Internet religious regulations took effect on March 1.
Several Chinese Christian websites were commanded by their servers to delete mass articles that contained religious keywords.
A registered church in northeastern China will receive local officials to be stationed in.
An official church in China’s eastern Jiangsu Province is attempting to obtain the license for Internet religious information service as the new Internet regulations went into effect on March 1.