(旗). A banner is an administrative division of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, corresponding to the county level. Introduced initially by the Qing Dynasty (1644 – 1912), there are 52 banners in today’s China, three of which are autonomous.
Seven Years of Torture and Forced Labor
A member of The Church of Almighty God recalls his time in detention after he was arrested and later sentenced for his faith.
Numerous Mosques ‘Sinicized’ Amid the Pandemic
Threatening and intimidating Muslims, the CCP implemented forced rectifications of mosques in Hui-populated areas in Henan, Hebei, and Ningxia.
The US Uyghur Human Rights Act: The CCP Finally Unmasked
Signed by President Trump, it defends those who are persecuted in Xinjiang for their ethnicity and religion, and exposes the Chinese regime’s racist policy.
Must ‘Study Xi’ to Have a Future
Young people across China are subjected to patriotic education. Those who refuse to undergo it are in danger of losing opportunities to study or get good jobs.