They argue that CCP “wolf warrior” diplomats are “not less violent and active in spreading fake news than Trump.”
A small religious group commits two murders. The CCP accuses Falun Gong, repeating the scheme it used against The Church of Almighty God with the 2014 McDonald’s incident.
Chinese propaganda has launched an international offensive of fake news to counter “enormous evidence” that the virus came from a Wuhan laboratory.
A European Union agency reports a massive disinformation attack, claiming the U.S. created the virus and China is saving the world from it.
As coronavirus spreads to the martyred region, the CCP claims again, falsely, that all inmates have been released and the epidemics is under control there. It isn’t.
The wife of a Hui Muslim held in one of the internment camps details how the Chinese government silences inmates to hide the truth about its persecutions.
Business as usual: the CCP is launching another massive international campaign of defamation, falsely blaming The Church of Almighty God for a multiple suicide.
Once incarcerated and tortured, a young man is asked to cooperate in propaganda videos against his church—or else.
A panel in Bologna presents the main issues about religious freedom in China and introduces Bitter Winter to international scholars.