Bitter Winter publishes the core part of the decision of the Korla City People’s Court dated June 30, 2020. For the background, see our relevant article.
A letter from NGOs, religious organizations, and citizens concerned about freedom of belief and the dramatic situation of The Church of Almighty God in China.
Bitter Winter reported on the case of two ethnic Kazakhs who escaped the transformation through education camps. Some brave European politicians, led by Lithuanian MP Mantas Adomėnas, now speak up in their favor.
Members of Lithuanian Parliament to Xi Jinping: Stop Persecuting Uyghurs, Tibetans, The Church of Almighty God, Falun Gong
In a letter of December 10, 29 MPs and one member of the European Parliament from Lithuania write to the Chinese President denouncing the repression of all religions
A collection of Bitter Winter reports on how Christians in China continue practicing their faith, in the face of persecution, deprived of places to worship.
Seven years ago, a 23-year-old man was imprisoned for being a member of The Church of Almighty God. He continues to be persecuted after his release from custody.
The text of Ms. Sawut’s speech at the June 20, 2019, conference in Seoul, The Long Arm of the Dragon, co-organized by Bitter Winter.
Bitter Winter continues exposing the lies by Chinese authorities about the “transformation through education” camps. In an interview, an employee in one such internment facilities in Xinjiang spoke about quotas for detainees, the categories into which they are divided, and miserable living conditions.
18-year old Sister Danxiang Cheng was recognized as a refugee after a legal battle that lasted several months.