Despite this blatant human rights abuse and vicious crimes against humanity, Beijing is set for hosting the 2022 Olympics. Will the West buy Beijing’s lies again?
Of our 45 correspondents arrested in 2018, 24 have been released, but the remaining were imprisoned for speaking the truth. A leopard cannot change its spots.
The indictment of a group of Jehovah’s Witnesses confirms that Art. 300 of the Chinese Criminal Code is enforced against those who did not commit any crime other than spreading their beliefs.
Sombre relief and muted jubilation greeted the final judgement of the China Tribunal into Organ Harvesting in London this week.
Citizens of the upper-class suburb of Hampstead have become accustomed to Andrew. Come rain or shine, this Orthodox Jew protests every week against CCP atrocities.
The former leader of The Church of Almighty God in four Chinese provinces is free in the United States, but her mother has been killed and she cannot contact her elderly father in China.
Unity, cooperation, and network were the three keywords of an extraordinary event held in Washington, D.C., by the élite of the persecuted Xinjiang diaspora.
The remembrance rally of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation sent a clear message to Beijing on the 30th anniversary of the bloodshed. “Bitter Winter” was there.
After her husband was taken by the CCP police and “disappeared,” Nafisa became a de facto widow and fled to Turkey. Life is not easy for Uyghur refugees there.