The Chinese authorities’ crackdown on Buddhist venues and symbols is intensifying, even protected historical and cultural sites are not spared.
In a letter sent to Bitter Winter, an ethnic Kazakh from Xinjiang tells about persecution, humiliation, and torture.
Islam-related symbols continue to be removed or covered up in the provinces of China with sizeable Hui Muslim populations.
On April 11, authorities ordered to forcibly demolish part of a newly-built mosque in a village of Gansu Province and later arrested people who shared the news.
China’s Foreign Ministry calls a press conference in Beijing to tell Australia it should not welcome groups the CCP has declared “heretic.”
Along with tens of millions of Party members and public officials, Three-Self Church believers are forced to use the mobile app “Xi Study Strong Nation.”
Kazakh citizens go to China to visit their relatives, planning to come home after a few days. Some never return. Attorney Umarova asks for help via video.
University professors dismissed over comments, and control over students intensified, as Chinese authorities continue to crack down on dissent and free speech.
Preparing for the President’s visit to Shandong’s Qingdao city to attend Navy Day celebrations, authorities are increasing security in the name of “maintaining stability.”
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