China has embarked on a nationwide drive to sinicise foreign religious traditions. Photo: Handout

Chinese city offers US$1,500 reward to help snare foreign religious leaders

  • Southern metropolis of Guangzhou introduces cash incentives as campaign to sinicise faith groups hots up
  • Biggest payouts reserved for information leading to arrest of clerics from outside mainland China
Topic |   Human rights in China

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China has embarked on a nationwide drive to sinicise foreign religious traditions. Photo: Handout
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Mimi Lau

Mimi Lau

Mimi Lau covers human rights, religion and civil society in China. She spent seven years in southern China as the Post's Guangzhou Correspondent before returning to Hong Kong in 2017. Today, Mimi continues to pursue stories across the country, monitoring and reporting on key political and civil issues. She has won numerous awards for her work.