The illegal practice of kidnapping members of religious movements labeled as “cults,” keep them confined, and subject them to intense psychological pressure to persuade them to leave the “cult.” Several deprogrammers, who were normally hired by relatives of the members of the “cults,” ended up in jail after courts of law banned the practice of deprogramming, first in the United States and later in Europe and Japan.
Buddhist Books Further Purged from Temples and Libraries
The CCP continues its nationwide drive to clear out all unauthorized or foreign-published Buddhist materials, burning and otherwise destroying them.
The EU Will Have Another Special Envoy for Religious Liberty in the World
The office was restored, after the European Commission dismantled it and many protested. While his or her name is still unknown, the work of the next Envoy must start from China.
Propaganda Through ‘Positive Energy’
Reporting only “good news” about the negative has become the CCP’s go-to tool to hide the truth and falsify reality. Be it natural disasters or coronavirus outbreak.
“Forbidden Memory”: A Book Reveals the Horrors of the Cultural Revolution in Tibet
Tsering Woeser miraculously found and published hundreds of pictures of the most infamous decade in Tibetan history. We can now meditate on their tragic lesson.