(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.
Nearly 120 Church of Almighty God Members Arrested
In August, authorities in Zhejiang and Shandong provinces launched unified arrest operations, utilizing the data collected through long-term tracking of believers.
Organ Harvesting: A Blind Eye to Mass Atrocity
For the CCP, removing and selling organs from prisoners of conscience is a huge business. Democratic countries should stop looking the other way.
Uyghur Students Taught to Neglect Native Language and Culture
Han teachers working in schools for Uyghur children reveal the ugly side of the CCP’s campaign to “support Xinjiang.”
State-Run Churches in Handan City Destroyed as ‘Illegal’
Authorities in Hebei Province’s Handan city intensify crackdowns on Protestant churches with valid, government-issued religious activity certificates.