(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.
A Great Gift Idea for the New Year: The CCP Anti-Xie-Jiao Calendar
Say good-bye to 2020 and welcome 2021 with something reminding you every day that the persecution of banned religions should be supported—or else.
China’s New National Defense Law: Xi, Military Expand Their Power
The revised legislation came into force on January 1 and gives the President and his Central Military Commission new powers to deploy troops to protect the CCP.
Plorec-sur-Arguenon, France: Will the Calvary Be Destroyed?
Politicians, citizens try to save the monument after a court ordered its destruction before February 5 next, upholding a claim by a secular humanist group.
Jehovah’s Witnesses and Sexual Abuse: 1. The Australian Case
Did the Australian Royal Commission report really uncover hundreds of “hidden” cases? Or was a religious minority unfairly targeted?