As part of the 2021 Party History Campaign, citizens are mobilized to spy on “historical nihilists” who may teach or divulge non-CCP-approved history.
Those who tell the truth are sanctioned by the CCP. Those still allowed to visit China and attend events there are asked to stop telling the truth.
Leading NGOs believe the proposed rules would encourage Internet giants to discriminate against free speech and “marginalized religious communities.”
A Malaysian celebrity abjectly apologizes for a video about dumplings featuring a Chinese dissident.
Authorities claim that American citizens operating in the U.S. an Ahmadi Web site risk prison sentences up to 10 years.
Businesses are prohibited from publishing religious texts that don’t pass CCP’s censorship, while postal and courier services are banned from distributing them.
The drive is intended to increase information censorship and prevent people in mainland China from accessing information that may damage CCP’s image.
One of the attorneys representing Drew Pavlou documents with exclusive videos and pictures how Chinese operatives got away with their crimes.
Across China, some bestsellers are removed from shelves as part of the campaign against pornography and illegal publications, replaced with books praising the CCP.