(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.
British MPs, Jewish Leaders Ask Twitter to Block Chinese Embassies’ Accounts
They argue that CCP “wolf warrior” diplomats are “not less violent and active in spreading fake news than Trump.”
“Christmas, Get Out of China!”—But Not Before Bringing CCP a Lot of Money
Christians were harassed, often with the pretext of COVID-19. Meanwhile, 80% of Christmas ornaments sold in the West were made in China.
Dr. Gulshan Abbas Sentenced to 20 Years in Jail
The world has understood. Through this absurd decision, the CCP is punishing her sister Rushan, for her brave campaign on behalf of the persecuted Uyghurs.
Orthodox Dissidents Now Regarded as “Cultists” in Russia
In Rostov Oblast, a cleric of the Russian Orthodox Autonomous Church is prosecuted as a “cult leader.”