How is religious freedom in China today?

How is religious freedom in China today?
I am looking for religious freedom facts in the last two years of China. Are all religions allowed to practice? Are they required to register with the state? Does the state raid “house churches”? How does the PRC treat religious groups?
If you have a legitimate article about the subject, feel free to give me a link to it. Thanks!

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Answer by Templar Knight
probably not that free

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5 Responses to “How is religious freedom in China today?”

  • use your brain says:

    muslims not allowed to pray except in Xianjiang.

  • SpireofSulfuron says:

    I imagine they aren’t too fond of Christians trying to publically convert everyone.

  • MtotheR MIGHTY RA! says:

    They treat them with the contempt and suspicion they deserve

  • SSF Tofudebeast says:

    “Freedom of religion in the People’s Republic of China is provided for by the country’s constitution; however, the Government, possibly because freedom of religion demands freedom of assembly, restricts religious practice to government-sanctioned organizations and registered places of worship. The constitution forbids religious practices that cause “disruption” or “harm” to society. There are five registered religions: Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, Protestantism, and Catholicism.”

  • eight toes says:

    I lived in Liaoning province (north east) for a few years. They have at least 4 christian (“catholic”) churches and even an islamic mosque in the city I was in (Fushun). Ironically, they also have the prison where they torture Falun Gong devotees..

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