China is officially atheist. It does permit some limited religious activity, with heavy state regulations and oversight. There is a large and growing Christian population there, as well as other religions such as Buddhism.
Millions of people practice their religion in secret or underground, as people did in other formally communist states in the 20th century.
Thanks secularist. I guess communism and atheism go hand in hand. The USSR I believe was also an atheist country. I'm certain North Korea is too, not entirely sure about Cuba though?
Funny you should say that--I recently wrote a hub on the relationship between communism and atheism. While communists have typically been atheist, the reverse is rarely true, and a common misconception about atheism. Cuba seems somewhat softer on it.
I still don't understand why Tai Chi in encouraged and Qigong is persecuted.
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