Parliaments and Freedom of Religion or Belief: Italy and Taiwan
Do legislative assemblies protect religious liberty? They should, but they do not always succeed, particularly when a country emerges from a non-democratic past.
Tibetan Monk in Sichuan: 4 ½ Years in Jail for Chatting with His Sister
Rinchen Zhuzhen was sentenced to for “inciting separatism” in WeChat conversations.
An American Family’s Hiking Odyssey for Uyghur Freedom
Meet Nathan Duddles, spreading awareness of the Uyghur genocide in Xinjiang (China) to fellow hikers while trekking in Colorado.
Chinese Communist Party, “The Vanguard of the Anti-Cult Movement”
For its 100th anniversary, CCP claims a world leadership in fighting “cults.” But the document reveals that “cults” are a pretext to fight religion in general.