He died twenty years ago and his beatification process has been blocked after the Vatican-China agreement. He should not be forgotten.
The Ministry of Education of China has uniformed and “sinicized” the curriculum, and is training teachers to use the new materials to criticize the West and promote atheism.
Sanya Chams are part of a Muslim minority with a rich history and a unique identity. Now, the CCP has decided to eradicate it.
At home, where intellectuals are hunted down and arrested, or in the diaspora, literature keeps alive the flame of freedom and exposes the evil of the persecution.
The Chinese government has a consistent record of denying the truth about disasters. Bitter Winter went to a village in Shandong to uncover a significant precedent about the Lekima Typhoon.
The CCP continues to demolish churches, temples, and mosques–and to adopt new regulations to make this easier.
The Chinese President, like Chairman Mao before him, is trying to propose himself as an object of worship worthier than god. Bitter Winter has selected some typical reports about this bizarre, yet worrying development.
The new provisions will be in force from February 1, 2020. They reinforce the already restrictive regulation of 2017 and order all religions to “spread the principles of the CCP.”
The CCP recruited its friends to sign an alternative declaration on human rights, whose aim is in fact justifying Chinese and other violations of the same human rights.