University Teachers Punished for ‘Improper’ Remarks
Academic community members across China are investigated for supporting democratic ideas or expressing views critical of the CCP’s policies and actions.
New Religious Movements in China: They Were Always There
A new book on the sacred scriptures of “redemptive societies” helps exposing myths and misunderstandings about Chinese religion.
Kids Told to Praise the State and President on Children’s Day
Instead of celebrating childhood, China’s boys and girls had to sing patriotic songs, applaud the country’s leaders for fighting COVID-19 and alleviating poverty.
Undelivered Birthday Wishes: How the CCP Destroys Uyghur Families
Memeteli wanted to send a message to his sister Heyrigul for her birthday. But she has been arrested, and the CCP would not disclose where she is.