(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.
Bloody Holy Spirit Members Sentenced in Jiangxi
Bloody Holy Spirit: devotees from the Ji’an area of the Taiwan-based religious movement received jail terms up to 4 years and six months.
Rural Settlements Ordered to Intensify Crackdown on Religion
In order to qualify as “Beautiful Villages,” they should report that illegal (and preferably also legal) religious activity has been eradicated.
Religious Liberty and US Foreign Policy: No Longer the Guiding Principle?
Freedom of religion has been recently placed by the U.S. at the top place in a hierarchy of human rights. This will change, announced Secretary Blinken.
Guo Hongwei: Jilin Pro-Democracy Activist Dies “Mysteriously” in Detention
A well-known whistleblower and pro-democracy figure, he was kept for years in a two-square-meter cell and routinely tortured.