(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.
The 2016 Ambush Telephone Survey: A Telling Chapter in Tai Ji Men’s Legal Saga
The Taiwan National Tax Bureau tried to invalidate the results of its own previous open survey through suggestive phone interviews and fax response forms.
How Jews Celebrated Hanukkah with Uyghurs in Mind
The global Jewish community is refusing to stay silent in the face of mounting human rights atrocities perpetrated against the Uyghurs.
CCP holocaust Day Should Be Commemorated on October 1: A Proposal
The Chinese Communist Party killed at least 70 million innocent victims. An international day of commemoration should remember them every year.
New Religious Movements, COVID-19, and Media: The Case of Scientology
A Webinar organized by the Lithuanian Society for the Study of Religions discusses the book by Rosita Šorytė on how Scientologists confronted the pandemic