As the banned Bloody Holy Spirit christian movement continues to be active in China, persecution intensifies.
Gao Heng asked to commemorate Tiananmen with prayer and repentance. He was told this is a criminal offense in China.
The Korea-based Good News Mission, a christian movement, is being banned in China, and its churches raided, one province after the other.
One witness testified that she and 100 other inmates were forced to watch prison guards rape a young girl in front of them.
An important decision recognized refugee status in Italy to members of groups classified as “xie jiao” by the Chinese Communist Party.
Beijing’s incendiary response to “interference in its internal affairs” as the People’s Tribunal prepares to open.
The Chinese Communist Party is so concerned with Zhonggong, the banned qigong movement, that it has set up a special task force to fight it.
In Beijing, Jiangsu, and Guangxi local Shouters communities were forced to close. Several members remain in jail.
But the text stops short of using the word “genocide” to describe what China is doing in Xinjiang.