(Three Self Patriotic Movement, 三自愛國運動). The united Protestant Church, established in 1954 and strictly controlled by the CCP, which appoints its leaders and pastors. It is part of the Red Market. The CCP’s project was, and is, that all Chinese Protestants should join this Church, but many resist and gather in house churches.
Riyue Qigong: The CCP Announces a Xie Jiao Has Been “Totally Destroyed”
The leader reorganized the movement after having been detained and “reeducated” for two years. Now, he goes to jail again, this time for 19 years.
CCP Post-George-Floyd Propaganda: Chinese Netizens Strike Back
Enough is enough: even Chinese social media users tell the CCP that at least in the Unites States you can protest police brutality. In China, those who protest go to jail, or worse.
A Sad Father’s Day: The Story of Siqi
In the United States and other countries, June 21 is Father’s Day. A member of the Church of Almighty God tells Bitter Winter the sad story of her beloved and persecuted father.
The EU Will Have Another Special Envoy for Religious Liberty in the World
The office was restored, after the European Commission dismantled it and many protested. While his or her name is still unknown, the work of the next Envoy must start from China.