In the name of resisting “foreign religious infiltration,” the CCP prevents believers from going abroad and having any contact with overseas groups or individuals.
A British researcher meets with refugees who escaped China and now live in England (second in a series of two articles).
A British researcher encounters a book about a persecuted Christian religious movement in China (1 in a series of two articles)
Uyghur refugee Tahir Imim reveals to Bitter Winter a major Muslim scandal—and evidence of the pervasive CCP influence on Arab countries
An interview with Lokman Hira’i, a self-taught teacher who keeps alive Uyghur language and culture among refugee children and teenagers in Istanbul.