A Christian NGO headquartered in Midland, Texas, founded in 2002 by Bob Fu (傅希秋), a pastor of the house churches movement, with the aim of defending the religious liberty of persecuted Christians in China.
Now They Come for the Utsuls: Sinicizing Another Muslim Minority
Denied its traditional clothing and identity, a Chamic-speaking people in Hainan Island is challenging the CCP with public protests.
While a U.S. House Bill Targets Xinjiang Slave Labor, New Voices Support the Uyghurs
France calls to similar action. Ms. Tursunay Ziyawudun flees safely from a detention camp. Two awards honor the Uyghur cause.
Inner Mongolians Pressured to Sinicize Their Children
Amid the CCP’s campaign to eradicate Mongolian cultural and linguistic identity, schoolteachers and parents are threatened to accept CCP’s cultural genocide policies.
Catholics Increasingly Harassed Ahead Vatican-China Deal Renewal
Some churches refusing to join the Patriotic Church are repurposed by the state, while others are barred from activities in the name of “epidemic prevention.”