One of them is Mr. Chen Quanguo, the CCP Secretary of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. His indictment is the first step in the application of the “Global Magnitsky Act”
The office was restored, after the European Commission dismantled it and many protested. While his or her name is still unknown, the work of the next Envoy must start from China.
The US State Department issues visa restrictions, stating Washington remains committed to preservation of autonomy, religious identity, and human rights in Tibet.
Contradictory signals from Brussels. An excellent pro-Hong-Kong resolution has been passed, but the office of the Special Envoy for religious freedom in the world has been canceled.
Signed by President Trump, it defends those who are persecuted in Xinjiang for their ethnicity and religion, and exposes the Chinese regime’s racist policy.
The newly appointed first Uyghur member of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom talks about USCIRF and the struggle against religious persecution in China.
A new study by Harvard Medical School crossed satellite images and Internet queries to come to this dreadful conclusion.
The world knows her because of the campaign of her sister Rushan Abbas, who continued to ask the CCP where Gulshan was. There is now an answer. She is detained in a Xinjiang camp.
Challenging the CCP’s prohibition, a massive democratic crowd gathered in Victoria Park on June 4. Bitter Winter publishes exclusive images of what happened.