(看守所). A facility where those the police considers as guilty of a violation of the Criminal Code are kept pending investigation of their crime. People sentenced to short-term imprisonment can also be held there, as well as those sentenced to criminal detention — the less punitive of the two types of incarceration that exist under Chinese law (the other is imprisonment), usually lasting from one to six months.
A Tai Ji Men Side Event at the International Religious Freedom Summit
During the largest religious liberty gathering of 2021, panelists re-examined the long-lasting religious liberty and tax case in Taiwan.
InterVarsity Wins Discrimination Case Against University of Iowa
The Christian group was de-registered because it would only allow in its leadership positions students refraining from same-sex relationships.
Kazakhstan: Massive Protests, Arrests for CCP’s 100th Anniversary
Kazakhs citizens did not forget the crimes perpetrated by the Chinese Communist Party against ethnic Kazakhs in Xinjiang.
False Documents Against Chinese Refugees and Bitter Winter
The incredible story of a failed Chinese Communist Party black propaganda operation that began as a spy story and ended up in a comedy.