A written submission for the United Nations Human Rights Council exposed a growing international problem, quoting the Tai Ji Men case in Taiwan.
Taiwan’s Legislative Yuan tried to restore justice, but failed—why? Experts offered their answers on International Day of Parliamentarianism.
The Vatican claims the new law would breach the Concordat between Italy and the Holy See. It is not about LGBT rights, it is about freedom of religion or belief
While the Czech Republic and Belgium label the horrors of Xinjiang as “genocide,” a strange Italian document vows to go on with the Belt and Road cooperation
The proposal by the Conservatives and Reformists group was rejected before reaching the floor of the European Parliament.
Rose Tang, then a student protest leader, discusses with Bitter Winter those terrible hours and their implications for the current situation.
Although contradictory, statistics indicate China has a demography problem. The regime will solve it in its usual way, i.e., ignoring individual freedom.
But the text stops short of using the word “genocide” to describe what China is doing in Xinjiang.
A webinar hosted by three Canadian NGOs offered one of the best accounts of crimes perpetrated in Xinjiang and Chinese propaganda denying them.