ChinaAid releases 10th volume of Chinese Law & Religion Monitor



Monday, February 19, 2018

The cover of the latest
version of the Chinese
Law & Religion Monitor.
(Photo: ChinaAid)
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(Midland, Texas—Feb. 19, 2018) ChinaAid released the 10th volume of its Chinese Law & Religion Monitor recently, serving as a deep analysis of China’s religious persecution.

The Chinese Law & Religion Monitor is an anthology of essays by scholars who take in-depth look at religious persecution of Christians in China. It includes an editor’s note by Bob Fu; A Brief Review of the Religious Affairs Regulations to be Effective on Feb. 1, 2018 by Kiven Choy; The New Socialism Reform or Delusion to Eradicate Religion: An Analysis of the new Religious Affairs Regulations in the Chinese Communist Party’s Religious Policy during the Xi Administration by Meng Yuanxin; The New Religious Affairs Regulations and the New Challenges for Christianity by Zheng Leguo; China’s Legislation Regarding Religion and Whether It Should Break Free from Historical and Cultural Constraints (Parts 1, 2, and 3) by Zhang Tan; My Five Standpoints about the New “Religious Affairs Regulations” by Wang Yi; Nanming District Religious Affairs Bureau, Guiyang – Decision of Punishment, the Guizhou Huoshi Church Case: The Application for Administrative Review, and the Guizhou-based Huoshi Church’s Rights Defense Activities from imprisoned Huoshi Church Pastor Yang Hua’s case; The Implementation Plan for Renovating the Private Christian Gathering Sites by the Association of Christian Students; and the Religious Affairs Regulations 2017.

These articles comment on different aspects of the Religious Affairs Regulations, exploring how it will effect Chinese Christians, or demonstrate the various ways in which the Chinese government persecutes Christians.

The Chinese Law & Religion Monitor is available for download in PDF form for both Chinese and English here and can be purchased in physical copies here.

ChinaAid publishes works such as the Chinese Law & Religion Monitor in order to produce deep, accurate investigative work about religious freedom abuses occurring in China, publicly expose them, and promote freedom of belief, human rights, and rule of law.

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