Religion in China: Government cracks down on superstition

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Religion in China is a tricky subject and it’s about to get much trickier thanks to the Chinese Communist Party’s newly announced stance on religion. According to Reuters, China is trying to convert it’s nearly 100 million religious believers in to atheists. Wang Zuoan, the head of China’s State Administration of Religious Affairs took to a public forum to discuss the government’s stance on religion. Wang Zuoan, the head of China’s State Administration of Religious Affairs took to a public forum to discuss the government’s stance on religion. According to Zuoan, “For a ruling party which follows Marxism, we need to help people establish a correct world view and to scientifically deal with birth, ageing,…

Made in China: World’s lamest s.e.x. party

Made in China: World's lamest orgy

Last week on China’s Twitter knock-off Weibo, pictures surfaced of Chinese Communist party officials from Anhui posing for what appears to be the world’s most boring five-way ever. The photos went viral on China’s internets causing Chinese censors to quickly step in and remove them. Phrases like “naked photos” and “vulgar photos” are currently blocked on Weibo. Two of the three Communist officials have denied being involved, while a third has admitted to being at the party with his wife. Wife swap anyone? No thanks. Most likely the political careers of these Communist officials are now over. Which isn’t fair if you think about it. China’s first Communist leader, Mao Zedong, got up to much…

Bo Xilai rumored to be mulling resignation

Bo Xilai rumored to be mulling resignation

Reports that Chongqing Vice-Mayor Wang Lijun sought refuge at the US consulate in Chengdu have drawn worldwide attention, the outside world saw it as power struggle within the Communist Party involving Bo Xilai, the Communist Party mayor of Chongqing who’s likely to join the Politburo’s Standing Committee…