Rose Tang, then a student protest leader, discusses with Bitter Winter those terrible hours and their implications for the current situation.
Exiled Uyghur scholar Abduweli Ayup tells Bitter Winter how his niece died in jail just because of being his relative and cooperating with him.
Ecuador, Amazon rainforest. The Sapara activist talks about trees, spirits, and greed, and offers his own perspective on religious liberty.
The internationally well-known French scholar tells Bitter Winter how she decided to study both the Church of Scientology and the “irrational hatred” targeting it.
Activist Laura Harth, of Safeguards Defenders and IPAC, explains how we got to important parliamentary actions to hold China accountable for its crimes.
Meet Dorit Oliver Wolff and Ruth Barnett, who ask Boris Johnson to stand up for Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang.
COVID-19, the CCP’s “Perfect Weapon”: An Interview with Italy’s Former Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi
The most distinguished Italian diplomat discusses Xi Jinping’s project of global hegemony, and how he used the pandemic to advance his agenda.
Soon in English, the German best seller gives voice to a woman whose testimony about the transformation through education camps in Xinjiang cannot be impeached.
“Dear world, please help!” The heartrending plea of a daughter who has been searching in vain for her mother, folklorist Rahile Dawut, for the past three years.