(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).
‘This Is No Longer the Xinjiang of My Memories’
An ethnic Han man shares his impressions of Xinjiang after visiting it many years since his first encounter with the Uyghur region.
Hubei Residents Still Discriminated as ‘Coronavirus Carriers’
People from the province where the virus originated were shunned and abused throughout the outbreak. With CCP’s help, the mistreatment continues today.
Mahire: A Uyghur Mother Punished for Her Care
She sent her son to study abroad, believing she was preparing a better future for the family. For this “crime,” she should now spend sixteen and a half years in prison.
CCP Curbs Religious Activities Related to Hong Kong
Chinese authorities restrict mainlanders’ communication with the special administrative region while expanding influence on Hong Kong’s believers.