(中國反邪教協會), known outside of China as China Anti-Cult Association, was founded in November 2000. Officially a private association, it maintains in fact close ties with the CCP and is generally perceived as part of its apparatus.
After Forced Demolitions, Farmers Left with No Means to Survive
Amid the economic downturn, the CCP deprives farmers of their primary sources of income by destroying pig sheds and gardens.
Minors Summoned by Police, Punished for Online Remarks
Comments on the government’s ban to play online games during a national holiday in April resulted in numerous young gamers being questioned by the authorities.
Poverty Alleviation—Yet Another Tool to Control Xinjiang
In the name of fighting poverty, the CCP moves impoverished households from across China to Xinjiang, while sends Uyghurs to other provinces for forced labor.
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.