(勞動改造or勞改). “Reform through labor” camps, to which those found guilty of various crimes are sentenced by Chinese courts of law. They are part of the Chinese jail system. Work conditions are very difficult and NGOs have claimed that thousands died in the camps, although statistics are a a matter of controversy.
63 MPs From All Over the World Call for “Magnitsky-style” Action Protesting Cultural Genocide in Tibet
A statement by the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China (IPAC) builds upon Dr. Adrian Zenz’s new findings to denounce atrocities and Western immobilism.
Believers Forced to Renounce Faith for Social Benefits
People of faith who receive subsistence allowances from the government face a hard decision to choose between religion and sustaining their livelihood.
Schools Ordered to Instill ‘Red Gene’ in Children
Studying China’s socialist dogmas must start from an early age, President Xi believes. Thence, first-grade students are forced to learn them by heart.
Persecution of Protestant Churches Intensifies
House churches and state-controlled Three-Self churches across China are raided and closed down. Believers are questioned, and their homes are searched.