The world remembers refugees. Do not forget the asylum seekers who were persecuted and tortured in China for their faith.
A new book by Jennifer Pan shows how the CCP, under the pretext of “elimination of poverty,” uses its “Dibao” livelihood guarantee program to better watch over political and religious dissidents.
A book by Timothy Grose examines Beijing’s project of taking Uyghur students to boarding schools far away from Xinjiang to “sinicize” them.
Oxford University Press publishes Massimo Introvigne’s survey of the most persecuted religious movement in China
While we discuss data, 5G, and tracing apps, a book by Kai Strittmatter on how the CCP dreams to keep the entire world under surveillance may help.
After the Boxer War, China had to pay an indemnity for 39 years to the foreign powers that defeated the rebels. Now, the CCP claims that international requests for virus-related damages are “a new Boxer Indemnity.”
Rouge vif, a new book by French sinologist Alice Ekman, debunk theories that China is “no longer Communist.” In fact, under Xi Jinping, it is more Marxist than before.
Scholar Adrian Zenz exposes how what is advertised as an anti-poverty program in Xinjiang is in fact just another tool to deprive Uyghurs of their identity and coerce them into slave labor.
Two decisions canceled the refusal of asylum by courts in Milan, asking them to reconsider the applications.