In another part of a crackdown on Christianity, China now offers a bounty to those who snitch on Christians.
Authorities will give up to $1,500 (10,000 yuan) –about two month’s worth of salary, to people who report members, especially leaders, of underground churches to the government. China aims to control all organized religions in the country, reports The Christian Institute.
I think it just shows how desperate the government are to crack down on religion in China. —Elaine Pang, British Chinese Christian
Elaine Pang, a British Chinese Christian living in London, lamented on the latest strategy of the Communist Party to curtail the growing Christianity in China. She revealed, though, that she is not surprised by this latest move of the Chinese government.
“There’s a massive underground church network in China, as most Christians might know,” she said in an interview with