(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.
The Story of Rizwangul: A Uyghur Woman in Search of a Brother Who “Disappeared”
For no other reason than being a Uyghur, Mewlan disappeared in 2017. His sister did not give up, and discovered he is in jail for nine years for “separatism.”
Jimmy Lai Arrested, a Blow to Catholic Dissidents in Mainland China
The Catholic tycoon was a main financial supporter of Catholics who refuse to join the government-controlled Patriotic Association.
Southern Mongolia, the Unknown Cultural Genocide
An interview with Enghebatu Togochog on how the CCP tries to destroy Mongolian identity in what it calls Inner Mongolia.
The “Corpse-in-Concrete” Case in Vietnam: Fake News Against Falun Gong
A small religious group commits two murders. The CCP accuses Falun Gong, repeating the scheme it used against The Church of Almighty God with the 2014 McDonald’s incident.