(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.
Another Tiananmen Butcher Honored by the CCP
After General Yang Baibing, another symposium celebrates Wang Fang, who as Minister of Public Security shared responsibility for the students’ carnage.
More Bans on Religious Materials Not Approved by the State
Businesses are prohibited from publishing religious texts that don’t pass CCP’s censorship, while postal and courier services are banned from distributing them.
Xinjiang, Tibet, Mongolia: Cultural Genocide in Theory and Practice
The CCP’s policy of eradicating cultural, religious, and linguistic identities is systematic, and derives from Xi Jinping’s reflections on the fall of the Soviet Union.
Government Orders to Destroy Swedish Missionaries’ Gravestones
Shanxi government desecrated the resting place of 20 missionaries, who worked and died in China nearly a century ago, and destroyed a house for visiting believers.