Believers from South Korea are packing their things and get ready to go home to escape CCP’s persecutions and harassment they face every day because of their faith.
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CESNUR Conference in Turin, Italy: A Scholarly Look at Religious Persecution in China and the Case of The Church of Almighty God
Holly Folk, Massimo Introvigne, and J. Gordon Melton analyze CCP’s religious policy. Sen. Lucio Malan, a hero of religious liberty in Italy, greets a large audience.
With facial recognition and other high-tech equipment monitoring their every move, ordinary people are starting to feel that they live in a prisonlike reality.
A central government confidential document uncovers CCP’s plan to suppress and eliminate more than 30 churches, primarily from South Korea and the US.
Is Something Rotten in the World Bank? A Story of Money Given to China for Charity That It Used to Oppress People in Xinjiang
A Letter by the Congressional-Executive Commission on China to the World Bank rises the issue and voices concern. “Foreign Policy” magazine says it’s not the first time.
Ahead of Military World Games in Hubei Province’s capital Wuhan, the government is “beautifying” the city by destroying people’s homes and businesses.
Despite international condemnation, organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China has never stopped. One can get a kidney of choice in just two weeks.
Across the country, the CCP is “transforming” temples into cultural auditoriums, government offices and elderly activity centers.
A detailed UNPO report documents how Beijing (and other illiberal regimes) is preventing – legally and illegally – the voice of the persecuted from being heard internationally.