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China Must End Its Campaign of Religious Persecution

The United States was founded on the premise that all individuals are created equal, with certain unalienable rights.

China human rights: events in 2017

The broad and sustained offensive on human rights that started after President Xi Jinping took power five years ago showed no sign of abating...

Inside China’s capital punishment system of forced confessions and secret executions

China likes to present itself as an alternative model to lead the world in development and governance, but critics say its justice system still...

‘Everyone was silent, endlessly mute’: Former Chinese re-education instructor speaks out

It was a place of silence, forced learning and fear. It was called a “transformation centre” hidden in the mountains of far western China,...

China’s War on Dissent: Detained activists have two choices, vanish or...

At a  press briefing on August 24, hosted by the ISHR (International Service for Human Rights), one of the leading international NGOs in Geneva, a...

Why Is Wu Gan ‘The Butcher’ So Important?

The importance of Wu Gan “the Super Vulgar Butcher” has been widely recognized for some time, and the most direct testament to his importance...

China Lashes Out at U.S. After Religious Freedom Report

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson yesterday delivered public remarks from Washington to mark the release of the State Department’s 2016 International Religious Freedom Report. The report, which surveys...

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