The Chinese President reacted angrily after the Himalayan kingdom refused to sign an extradition treaty aimed at deporting Tibetan refugees back to China.
Founded in 1917, and severely persecuted in the 1950s, this movement whose story is told in a new scholarly book by Melissa Inouye, accepted to join the Three-Self Church—but is now at risk again.
Tibetan leaders convene in Dharamshala and warn the world that the CCP will designate a counterfeit reincarnation of the current Dalai Lama when he will die.
A study of 200 court decisions published in the scholarly Journal of CESNUR demonstrates that living a normal religious life in a banned group is enough to go to jail in China.
Time for a sober assessment of the agreement. While it would be excessive to state that all Chinese Catholics oppose it, its application is problematic, dissident priests are persecuted, and underlying theological issues on religious liberty remains unsolved.
International Day of Peace at the UN in Geneva: How Persecuted New Religions Work for World Harmony and Justice
A roundtable featured, with many others, CESNUR and The Church of Almighty God.
The exemplary tale of a seventy-year old house church in Xiamen, Fujian, whose glorious existence was brutally terminated by the CCP.
The Arab Emirate is the first country to admit it is ashamed of having signed the infamous letter supporting China’s persecution of Uyghurs.
The activist who denounced Xinjiang transformation through education camps is free but had to agree to stop his public campaigns against the CCP.