Last December, more than 100 adherents to the Early Rain Covenant Church in Chengdu were detained in a crackdown on the underground congregation, including the pastor Wang Yi and his wife Jiang Rong. Jiang was accused of inciting subversion of state power, but was released last month after six...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 10, 2019
On Tuesday, International Human Rights Day, spokesperson Hua Chunying mounted a familiar defense of China’s rights record at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ regular press conference: Q: It’s the Human Rights...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 19, 2019
On Saturday, The New York Times published a report by Austin Ramzy and Chris Buckley based on 403 pages of leaked documents on China’s ongoing mass detention campaign in Xinjiang. The 24 documents include speeches by Xi...
by Josh Rudolph | Sep 23, 2019
The Guardian’s Lily Kuo reports on recently emerged drone footage of hundreds of blindfolded and shackled prisoners being led from a train by police. The footage, which was posted on YouTube last week, is believed to have...
by Cindy | Apr 2, 2019
While locally resident Uyghurs account for the majority of the estimated million or more held in...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 10, 2018
Several new detailed reports on extralegal detention centers in Xinjiang have shed new light on...
by Josh Rudolph | Aug 27, 2018
In an update to disciplinary regulations that apply to all Chinese Communist Party members,...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 20, 2018
An investigative report by Eva Dou, Jeremy Page, and Josh Chin of the Wall Street Journal has...
by Josh Rudolph | Aug 13, 2018
Recent months have seen an increasing amount of international attention and criticism of...
by zctph48 | Jul 30, 2018
Described by rights activist Michael Caster as “crimes against humanity,” the targeted...
by lisbeth | Jul 17, 2018
Over the last year, there have been an increasing number of reports detailing the proliferation of...
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