Manipulated and lied to by the government, relatives of believers from banned religious groups are forced to mistreat their loved ones to save themselves.
The death of a veteran on New Year’s eve resurfaced anxieties about the lengths CCP’s officials would go to keep their posts. For them, human lives mean nothing.
Disguised as a tool “to fight crime,” the forced collection of DNA data spreads across China. Even primary and middle school students are not exempt.
The growing number of mortalities in prisons or police custody is another cause for concern as to the state of human rights in China. Two families tell their stories.
Anything religion-related is off limits in the country. Welfare and support centers established by believers or churches are closed down.