In China, saying something that authorities deem “sensitive remarks” may be labeled “anti-Party” or “anti-social” and punished accordingly.
Chinese authorities are confiscating citizen’s passports, making sure that only “politically clean” and patriotic individuals are allowed to go outside the country.
University professors dismissed over comments, and control over students intensified, as Chinese authorities continue to crack down on dissent and free speech.
China expands its draconian surveillance systems intended to monitor, track, and persecute citizens, with particular attention to transient and religious populations.
The authorities are using satellite positioning systems, aerial drones, and other high-tech tools to conduct surveillance on believers.
Under the pretext of “de-radicalization,” CCP has extended its control of the population in Xinjiang to every aspect of daily life.
Chinese authorities use the latest technology to monitor dissent. Big Data is allowing WeChat and other social media to track every move of citizens.
Even personal travel to visit relatives requires permission, and detailed itineraries must be submitted. Failure to comply can result in churches being closed.
Political studies, restricted speech, and “transformation” tasks: Teachers on assignment in Xinjiang under intense control, causing depression and anxiety.
China combines cutting-edge surveillance technology with traditional communist police-state repression, to create 21st century Orwellian dystopia in Xinjiang Region, and beyond.