Tibet, Tibetan Refugees and the Way Ahead
While we celebrate the World Refugee Day, a Tibetan scholar reflects on the history and resilience of 150,000 Tibetan refugees living in exile.
CCP Continued Forced DNA Collection Amid the Pandemic
Residents with no criminal records, including children, were demanded to give blood or hair samples, without being informed how they would be used.
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.
New Orders to Suppress Churches with Ties to Abroad
Recently issued guidelines across China demand to intensify crackdowns on “foreign religious infiltration,” mainly targeting US-affiliated places of worship.