(村). The basic unity of the administrative division of China, normally found in rural areas, where several villages constitute a township. Formally village-level division (村級行政區), the sixth tier of the administrative division. The management agency for a village is the village committee (村民委員會, or simply 村委會).
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A statement by the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China (IPAC) builds upon Dr. Adrian Zenz’s new findings to denounce atrocities and Western immobilism.
Xie Jiao-Free Communities Help Crush Banned Religious Groups
Local governments across China urge to create “model” towns or villages without residents who are members of religious groups labeled “heterodox teachings.”
Smart Locks—CCP’s New Tool to Control Population
Installed on the pretext of “ensuring safety” and “preventing the coronavirus spread,” these high-tech locks subject people to heightened surveillance.
Official Catholic Church: State-Approved, Hounded Nonetheless
Joining the Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association does not mean that persecutions end: state-sanctioned venues are also harassed, unduly controlled, and shut.