To cultivate submissive followers, CCP imbues students – from kindergartens to universities – with “red patriotism” glorifying China’s revolutionary past.
A whole city is transformed into a battlefield. The main organizer of the “2047 HK Monitor” group is there to document developments for us.
The US Senate and the UK Foreign Office criticize the CCP. Bitter Winter interviews John Patterson (HK Watch) and Edward Chin (2047 HK Monitor).
Strict control over the minds of university students in the mainland has been imposed to prevent them from being influenced by democratic beliefs and ideals.
On November 2, during a rally “Stand with Hong Kong,” civils society organizations urged the South Korean government to back the pro-democracy movement.
To prevent people from knowing the truth about the pro-democracy protests, the CCP controls online comments, restricts citizens’ and officials’ travels.
Amid pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, the CCP intensifies efforts to shut down house churches in mainland China under the pretext of “preventing riots.”
The CCP intensifies control of postal and courier services, imposing especially harsh measures on shipments to Hong Kong, Beijing, and other “sensitive” regions.
To curb any possibility of democratic sentiment dispersing in the country, the government imposes strict measures on visitors to and from the two regions.