Many people in Jilin have been rendered homeless after the police took over a building where they lived.
The “ten household joint defense” policy is rapidly spreading across Xinjiang and terrifying both the minorities and Han Chinese people.
Authorities in China persecute churches on alleged charges of illegal financial activities.
Released after completing a three-year sentence for her belief, a Christian comes home with serious health problems.
Li Zhu (pseudonym), born on May 16, 1979, in Zhaodong city of the Heilongjiang Province, a believer since 1991, joined The Church of Almighty God, a Chinese Christian new religious movement, in December 2007. She was always enthusiastic about spreading the gospel, and for this reason, has been persecuted by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) […]
Xin Zhuo was a Christian from a house church in Wudan town of Ongnuid Banner in Chifeng city, Inner Mongolia. He became a believer in 1998 and attracted the attention of the local police because of his frequent preaching. He was arrested but continued to preach, narrowly avoiding arrests on several occasions.
Liao Ying (50) is from the city of Zigong City Sichuan Province and currently lives in Yining city of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. She was arrested by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) police on September 12, 2014, while heading to a gathering of The Church of Almighty God, a Christian new religious movement, and […]
Zhou Youjing (55), a member of The Church of Almighty God, a Christian new religious movement, is from the Pukou District of the city of Nanjing, Jiangsu Province. In October 2016, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) police arrested her when she was on the way to the home of a church member. The CCP police […]
Over a hundred Christians from a charismatic house church in Inner Mongolia were beaten by the local armed police while they were in a gathering in July 2017. One elderly believer approaching eighty fainted after being tased, four others were forcibly arrested. Two of them were held in custody.