His Hermeneuticalness picked up a story about Chinese state interference in the funeral of a bishop.
In a UCANews report:
The sources also said local government officials forbade the use of the term zhujiao (bishop) on banners and wreaths, but a compromise was reached with the use of "Lin mu" (shepherd Lin). However, officials allowed the verbal use of "Lin zhujiao" during funeral Masses and other memorial services.
Authorities did not allow Bishop Lin’s body to be clothed in bishop’s garb, but his family members placed the zucchetto or bishop’s skullcap on his head just before the cremation, sources said.