Liang Shunjing and Deng Xiufen, husband and wife, had a successful electrical appliance store. They lost it, and are now serving a ten-year jail sentence.
China operated the largest data base of legal decisions in the world. Until it realized it offered ammunition to critics—including Bitter Winter.
In Guizhou, one Peng Biao went to prison just for sending to friends a QR code allowing to download the “Shenzhou Mingmei” application.
High-profile prisoner of conscience Gong Piqi allegedly died of a “sudden brain hemorrhage,” but his body had telltale signs of torture.
On April 15, Chinese were called to support repression of banned religions, including Falun Gong, The Church of Almighty God, and the Association of Disciples
Sewing the wrong flag will land you in jail for several years in China.
Persecution against Falun Gong continues in China—and a serious attack by masked thugs also happened in Hong Kong.
Local authorities claim this is a fruit of their model policy of offering large rewards to those who denounce devotees of banned religious groups.
Suggesting meditation to help dealing with COVID-19 is regarded as “use of a xie jiao” and punished with heavy prison terms.