A family of three who are all members of The Church of Almighty God were detained during the “Operation Thunder” in Liaoning’s Dandong city.
Xie Jiao Organizations
A believer was arrested in 2015 and sentenced to two years in jail for believing in a heterodox religious movement.
Since the late Ming era, China has used xie jiao to designate religious movements the government does not like. Their repression has always been brutal, but what a xie jiao is, is far from being clear.
Dai Xiaoqiang, a pastor from Zhejiang Province, discloses details of being detained in a water dungeon.
A university student and a member of The Church of Almighty God in Liaoning Province was arrested because of her faith and was later forced to quit her studies.
Following the directives of a confidential document, excerpts of which we publish below, a massive campaign of fake news is launched in South Korea to persuade the local authorities to deport the refugees of The Church of Almighty God back to China.
Police officers in Liaoning Province, deliberately falsified interrogation transcripts to sentence five preachers of the Seventh-day Adventist Church for “using a xie jiao organization to undermine law enforcement.”
Since the arrests of reporters did not stop Bitter Winter, China escalates the campaign against our magazine and adopts extraordinary measures to prevent the leaks of secret documents.
Stories of three elderly Chinese Christians in Jilin Province and how they were persecuted for their belief.
While a house church leader was serving her sentence, her family has been drained of money in paying for her prison meals.