Zoom employees disrupted meetings where China was criticized, and even framed CCP critics by posting child pornography from their accounts, U.S. Government says.
“Rule of law and anti-xie-jiao theme parks” put together the ubiquitous propaganda for “Xi Jinping’s thought on the rule of law,” and the persecution of religious minorities.
The village is a nationally famous pilgrimage site since the 19th century. Now, the Catholic signs and images are disappearing.
Game-changing revelations prove irrefutably that China’s cotton trade is stained from start to finish with Uyghur forced labor.
“Judaism is not one of the five authorized religions, and therefore is illegal,” authorities tell the century-old Jewish community.
Hundreds of police hunt for a new incarnation of a group the CCP believed it had successfully eradicated in 2016.
Not content with persecuting believers, the CCP confiscates and destroys Christian texts, Qurans, and Buddhist scriptures.
A police chief of Xiamen, Fujian, was described by the CCP as a “hero,” working 12 hours a day against xie jiao. The U.S. believes he is in fact a criminal.
An NGO published a confidential document hinting at the disturbing possibility that Chinese State Security agents directly interfere in asylum cases.