Should we congratulate the Chinese Communist Party for killing more human beings than anybody else in history?
In an interview with the CCP TV, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan confirms that the two countries have become “iron brothers.”
A man convicted for training a cock for fighting claimed animal rights laws surreptitiously promote “animal worship” and paganism. Judges disagreed.
Authorities continued to prosecuted those believing to have joined Nurdzhular. There is only one problem, Nurdzhular does not exist.
CAP-LC filed a written statement detailing the defamation cases FECRIS and its affiliated organizations lost, and asking France to stop supporting them.
The Gurdwara Nanaksar Sahib in Chak Fateh Binder has a direct connection with the life of Guru Nanak. Now, it is at risk of collapsing.
An interesting controversy about Tibet and Xinjiang between Tibetologist Robert Barnett and Tibetan (and international) human rights activists.
Depicted as the quintessential xie jiao, the movement founded in 1986 was eradicated in 1990 and its leader executed. Why do Chinese media remember it now?
Protests continue after the company’s decision to open a Hampton where the Uyghur Duling Mosque once stood.