The review of their human rights situation all member states should submit to, every five years, at the Human Rights Council of the United Nations. China’s last periodic review was in 2018, with the next one scheduled for 2023.
The 2016 Ambush Telephone Survey: A Telling Chapter in Tai Ji Men’s Legal Saga
The Taiwan National Tax Bureau tried to invalidate the results of its own previous open survey through suggestive phone interviews and fax response forms.
Chinese Spies Tried to Create False “Uyghur Terrorists” in Afghanistan
Ten Chinese agents were arrested and quietly expelled after trying to establish a false branch of the defunct East Turkestan Islamic Movement.
Benedict Rogers’ Christmas Letters to Xi Jinping and His Victims
A noted British human rights and religious liberty activist has 12 demands for the CCP leaders.
Taxes, Legal Reform, and Freedom of Belief: An International Forum
Scholars, former officials, and human rights activists from several countries attended the event organized on the eve of Taiwan’s 78th Judicial Day.