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China has more than ten religious publications and about 200,000 professional religious personnel -- nearly 9,000 of them are deputies to the people's congresses and members of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference at various levels.Along with deputies and members from other circles, they participate in discussions of state affairs and enjoy equal democratic rights politically.

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Law-breaking believers, like other law-breaking citizens, are dealt with according to law.

Among the religious people who were dealt with according to law, some were engaged in subversion against the state regime or activities endangering national security, some instigated the masses to defy state laws and regulations, others incited the masses to infighting that seriously disturbed public order, and still others swindled money, molested other people physically and mentally and seduced women in the name of religion.

There are now eight national religious organizations in China.

They are: the China Buddhist Association, the China Daoist Association, the China Islamic Association, the Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association, the National Administration Commission of the Chinese Catholic Church, the Chinese Catholic Bishops College, the Three-Self Patriotic Movement Committee of the Protestant Churches of China and the China Christian Council.

The government has established departments of religious affairs responsible for the implementation of the policy of religious freedom.

During the "cultural revolution," the government's religious policy was violated.

The maintenance of the Potala Palace in Tibet received 35 million yuan from the government.

Local governments also allocated funds for the maintenance of temples, monasteries and churches.

There are 47 religious colleges in China, such as the Chinese Institute of Buddhist Studies, the Institute of Islamic Theology, the Jinling Union Theological Seminary of the Chinese Protestant Churches in Nanjing, the Chinese Catholic Seminary and the Chinese Institute of Daoist Studies.

Since 1980, more than 2,000 young professional religious personnel have been graduated from religious colleges and more than 100 religious students have been sent to 12 countries and regions of the world for further studies.


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