The CCP Cover-up of Religious Genocide and Repression

By Nina Shea, Hudson Institute Senior Scholar and Director of its Center for Religious Freedom Link to article On December 4, President Xi Jinping gave his first public speech on religion in five years, blandly reemphasizing his “ Sinicization” policy of “actively guiding religions to adapt to the socialist society.” In practice, Xi’s policies toward…


Blood stains the snow of China’s ‘Genocide Games’

Benedict Rogers Union of Catholic Asian News (UCA News) January 22, 2022 Original article Let’s cause maximum pain and embarrassment for Xi Jinping by shining a light on his brutal regime’s many crimes In two weeks’ time, the 2022 Winter Olympics will open in Beijing, hosted by a regime accused of genocide and crimes against…


The Army of Millions Who Enforce China’s Zero-Covid Policy, at All Costs

Link to article China’s “zero Covid” policy has a dedicated following: the millions of people who work diligently toward that goal, no matter the human costs. In the northwestern city of Xi’an, hospital employees refused to admit a man suffering from chest pains because he lived in a medium-risk district. He died of a heart…


July 17, 2020: The Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act of 2020

https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/116/hr649 The Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act of 2020 passed overwhelmingly in the House and Senate. The legislation condemns the Chinese Communist Party for the detention centers and recommends a tougher response to the human rights abuses suffered by Uyghurs, ethnic Kazakhs and other Muslim minorities in the region.