(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.« Back to Glossary Index
The Tai Ji Men Case at the 53th Session of the UN Human Rights Council
Registration of the written statement by CAP-LC at the United Nations Human Rights Council.
Vivek Ramaswamy: Are Conservative American Christians Ready for a Hindu Presidential Candidate?
What if a politician advocating for a Christianity-shaped worldview is not a Christian?
The Two Sides of Elon Musk: A Uyghur View
The billionaire said one should consider the “two sides” of the Uyghur question. Or perhaps it is time to consider the two sides of Elon Musk.
Why China Dined (But Did Not Wine) Islamic Radicals in Pakistan
The Chinese Embassy hosted and celebrated leaders of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam, a party that supports death penalty for blasphemy and persecution of the Ahmadis.