In the terminology of sociologist Fenggang Yang, the segment of Chinese religion including Churches, communities, mosques, and temples that are not part of the red market, i.e. refuse to join the five official religious organizations, yet are not listed as xie jiao. Religious organizations in the gray market are illegal, but being active in one of them (unlike being active in a xie jiao) is not a crime. They were alternatively persecuted and at least half-tolerated for decades, until the new Regulation on Religious Affairs indicated the CCP’s intention of no longer tolerating them.
Chinese Spies Tried to Create False “Uyghur Terrorists” in Afghanistan
Ten Chinese agents were arrested and quietly expelled after trying to establish a false branch of the defunct East Turkestan Islamic Movement.
Will India Forbid Confessions?
A Supreme Court case about the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church raises concerns among Catholics too.
Organ Harvesting Real and Still Happening, Say US, UK Parliaments
The US introduces a bipartisan bill, and the UK House of Lords approves an amendment to combat one of the most heinous CCP crimes.
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.”