It gets worse every day: a new document allows the police to enter private premises without a warrant, freeze assets, and crack down on criticism posted online
Allegedly, on July 5 a paragraph of a pre-written speech by the Pope where he supported freedom in Hong Kong was not read by Francis. To avoid further wild speculations, the Vatican may publish the text of the 2018 China deal.
53 countries (including China) signed a resolution at the United Nations’ Human Rights Council in Geneva praising China for the passing of the Hong Kong National Security Law.
The National Security Law creates four new bodies with practically unlimited powers, and no accountability except to the CCP government in Beijing.
Hidden in the new law, a provision states the CCP can now act against every person on the planet criticizing it.
Contradictory signals from Brussels. An excellent pro-Hong-Kong resolution has been passed, but the office of the Special Envoy for religious freedom in the world has been canceled.
Chinese authorities restrict mainlanders’ communication with the special administrative region while expanding influence on Hong Kong’s believers.
Challenging the CCP’s prohibition, a massive democratic crowd gathered in Victoria Park on June 4. Bitter Winter publishes exclusive images of what happened.
China’s teachers have been forced for years to serve as enforcers of the authoritarian regime’s ideology, swapping school education with government propaganda.