A former inmate and a Church of Almighty God member reveal details of mistreatment and torture prevalent in China’s prisons to “transform” people of faith.
The new teaching materials are one more tool to indoctrinate China’s youth by promoting Maoism and slating Western democratic values.
Han teachers working in schools for Uyghur children reveal the ugly side of the CCP’s campaign to “support Xinjiang.”
Behind the “success” of the CCP’s rural revitalization campaign hide stories of misery and pain by its “beneficiaries.”
The CCP intensifies inquiries into Christians’ online activities, scrutinizing their every digital step, including purchases of “illegal” religious materials.
A series of new regulations to suppress people of faith of all denominations were adopted last year, followed by unprecedented crackdown campaigns.
While millions of Muslims are detained in Xinjiang’s camps, their children are subjected to “sinicized” education thousands of miles away from home.
To drive believers into the state-run Protestant Church, the CCP threatens to take away their social benefits, shuts down and destroys meeting venues.
After an online Christian bookstore owner was arrested, buyers were traced and investigated all over China as part of CCP’s drive against “illegal publications.”