(中華人民共和國公安部). The ministry of police in China, overseeing all police activities. Not to be confused with the Ministry of State Security. In theory, Public Security means police and State Security means intelligence, although the two agencies’ mandates may overlap in certain field, including combating xie jiao.
Church of Almighty God Members Tortured for Their Faith
In China, dissidents and members of banned religious groups are often subjected to torture while in detention. Two believers share their stories.
“Welfare for Autocrats”: How China Uses Welfare as a Tool for Surveillance
A new book by Jennifer Pan shows how the CCP, under the pretext of “elimination of poverty,” uses its “Dibao” livelihood guarantee program to better watch over political and religious dissidents.
In 2019, Jiangsu Province Closed Nearly 200 Christian Venues
The six-month-long campaign was launched after President Xi Jinping’s orders to the provincial government to crack down on Christianity.
Uyghurs Subject to Mass Sterilization: A New CCP Crime Against Humanity
A new study by Adrian Zenz proves that Muslim women in Xinjiang are massively subjected to forced abortion, sterilized, and fitted with IUDs.