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China's state-sanctioned religious bodies issued a joint initiative "advocating frugality and abstaining from extravagance"
Christianity-related websites, WeChat accounts, and group chats have been banned or restricted since March 1
An overseas education consultant said the cases had emerged in Zhejiang's Wenzhou city as well as other locations in the region
The report said that all religions, including the state-controlled ones, have suffered from "aggressive repression on religious freedom"
Li Qiaochu, a Christian and labor rights activist in China, has been imprisoned for more than a year for allegedly inciting subversion
The online training sessions for would-be "religious content reviewers" include sessions on religious policy and regulation under the Party
The preacher reportedly traveled to Wenshan Zhuang and Miao Autonomous Prefecture for an outreach program with an ethnic minority group
According to China Aid, Zhou has attempted to share the good news with the Chinese leader for more than 50 times in the past years
The State Administration for Religious Affairs announced the ban in December
The cleric said the Chinese Communist Party appears to be using ideological tactics to chip away at the freedom of religion in Hong Kong