Protestants in Jiangxi Province’s Yugan county have been suffering CCP’s persecution for the past few years. Attacks renewed after coronavirus lockdown was lifted.
Bitter Winter publishes exclusive footage of the police repression. “Is there any country welcoming Hong Kong people now?”
To advance CCP’s religion “sinicization” policy, crackdowns are launched to confiscate faith-related materials that are not approved by the state.
To reach President Xi Jinping’s poverty alleviation goals on time, local governments destroyed farmers’ homes and farmland amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Bitter Winter reported about the case of Drew Pavlou, a 20-year-old student and a “senator,” i.e. a member elected by the students to the Academic Senate, at University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia.
The University has heavy links with China and he was under threat of expulsion for his criticism of the CCP.
Chinese citizens on the mainland are punished for using foreign websites or social media. Those who post comments unfavorable to the regime may end in jail.
Last year, we reported how one Jewish gentleman gathered attention with his solitary protest in London. Now, Jewish support for Uyghurs is growing everywhere.
Even during the coronavirus outbreak, the Chinese authorities continued closing down Buddhist temples and destroying statues of deities.
The CCP uses any tools possible to force Catholic conscientious objectors into the Patriotic Church, even by disbanding charitable organizations they run.