Although the Nepalese government resisted pressures to deport back to China the refugees who are already in Nepal, it will deport those of them who will enter Nepal in the future. by Massimo Introvigne In October, Bitter Winter reported how President Xi Jinping’s visit to Nepal had failed to persuade the authorities of the Himalayan […]
Xi Jinping claimed poverty would disappear by 2020. Here is 2020, and here is a young student who died of malnutrition.
A report released by the banned movement offers horrific details of the continuing persecution.
Torn between CCP’s pressures and the civil society’s support for the refugees, courts adjourn the hearings of Tilek Tabarak and the Musakhan-Alimuly duo.
The new provisions will be in force from February 1, 2020. They reinforce the already restrictive regulation of 2017 and order all religions to “spread the principles of the CCP.”
The decision confirms that in Xi Jinping’s China independent house churches will not be tolerated.
While two organizations compete for the heritage and the name of Atajurt, some results, although not definitive, give reason for hope.
The case of Kaisha Akan is a victory for freedom and for those who support the cause of asylum seekers escaping detention in Xinjiang’s camps.
In this holy day, we keep in your heart all our readers, and all those suffering in China, including our imprisoned reporters.