Preparing for the President’s visit to Shandong’s Qingdao city to attend Navy Day celebrations, authorities are increasing security in the name of “maintaining stability.”
Chinese authorities use the latest technology to monitor dissent. Big Data is allowing WeChat and other social media to track every move of citizens.
Shandong protests erupted when veterans discovered their identities – and benefits – had been stolen by government officials. Violence and arrests followed.
Mobile app seeks to dominate workers’ free time, indoctrinate citizens as they compete to attain high scores to satisfy Party and keep their jobs.
In China, universities are regarded as a bastion for promoting socialism through education. As a result, the suppression of religious students is never-ending.
In China, bystanders are arrested, beaten, investigated for years for daring to document violence committed by police. Why do CCP authorities fear oversight?
China’s religious persecution extends to all religions without discrimination.
Sun Juchang and his wife, Jiang Shuhong, together have spent a cumulative 1,382 days in captivity for fighting for personal freedoms.
Christians in China are facing a spiritual battle as the CCP seeks to make communist ideology the one, true and pure faith for every Chinese citizen.
Chinese universities promote closed minds by banning religious knowledge and Western culture, as students and teachers alike find their futures threatened.