Academic community members across China are investigated for supporting democratic ideas or expressing views critical of the CCP’s policies and actions.
Comments on the government’s ban to play online games during a national holiday in April resulted in numerous young gamers being questioned by the authorities.
Chinese citizens on the mainland are punished for using foreign websites or social media. Those who post comments unfavorable to the regime may end in jail.
The death of Li Wenliang, the whistleblower Wuhan doctor, stirred an online rebellion in China. But the regime promptly quashed people’s demands for free speech.
The sentenced believers – aged from 17 to 78 – were prosecuted for making videos for the Church. Two among them will be kept behind bars for eight years.
For residents of Hubei Province’s capital, 2019 was hard: the coronavirus virus outbreak was preceded by severe security measures ahead of the international event.
The Chinese government has a consistent record of denying the truth about disasters. Bitter Winter went to a village in Shandong to uncover a significant precedent about the Lekima Typhoon.
The CCP continues to demolish churches, temples, and mosques–and to adopt new regulations to make this easier.
After numerous failed attempts to extradite Church of Almighty God asylum seekers from South Korea, authorities try their luck in other countries.