Introductory speech by Massimo Introvigne, editor-in-chief of Bitter Winter, at the plenary discussion in the Lithuanian Parliament on Lithuania’s strategy for Asia, June 18, 2020.
A new book by Jennifer Pan shows how the CCP, under the pretext of “elimination of poverty,” uses its “Dibao” livelihood guarantee program to better watch over political and religious dissidents.
To advance CCP’s religion “sinicization” policy, crackdowns are launched to confiscate faith-related materials that are not approved by the state.
Believers who resist being managed by China’s communist regime are often arrested and interrogated, despite their elderly age and declining health.
The Chinese government is using WeChat, a popular multi-purpose social media and messaging app, for mass surveillance, including to monitor people of faith.
With restrictions imposed by the new law on religion in China, many private orphanages across the country were closed, depriving children of love and care.
As part of the ongoing campaign to eradicate religions, the regime disposes of religious symbols, pressures believers to give up God, and follow the Communist Party.
In its new report about China, the well-known Christian NGO denounces the increased repression of Muslim, Buddhists, Taoist, Catholics, House Churches, Falun Gong, and The Church of Almighty God.
Exploiting control measures to prevent the spread of the virus, authorities in China track down members of The Church of Almighty God and other banned groups.