Chinese Regime’s Secret Plan to Eradicate Religious Belief Worldwide

Joan Delaney and Omid Ghoreishi / December 8, 2017

With Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau currently visiting China on a trade mission that aims to deepen ties with the communist country, a former Amnesty International prisoner of conscience is speaking out about a sinister plan the Chinese regime has up its sleeve.

Toronto resident He Lizhi is now safe in Canada, but in March 2000, while still in China, he was abducted by police due to his spiritual beliefs and later, during house arrest, was made to watch a highly confidential internal Communist Party video that aimed to “transform” him.

Australia Says It Welcomes Chinese Students as Long as They Respect Freedom of Speech

Paul Huang / October 22, 2017

Australia’s diplomats are speaking out about the influence in Australia of the Chinese regime on Chinese students, with the foreign minister recently adding her voice to a growing controversy about China’s interference in the life of the nation.

On Oct. 9, the head of Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Frances Adamson, warned Australian universities that they need to “remain true” to their values and be “resilient” in the face of foreign interference.

Tillerson Releases International Religious Freedom Report -- Singles out China's treatment of Falun Gong, Uyghurs, and Tibetans

Paul Huang / August 25, 2017

WASHINGTON—Secretary of State Rex Tillerson released the 2016 International Religious Freedom Report on Aug. 15 at the State Department. Tillerson used his remarks “to call out a few of the more egregious and troubling examples,” which included actions by the ISIS terrorist group, China, and Iran, among others.

Tillerson blasted ISIS for “genocide against Yazidis, Christians, and Shia Muslims in areas it controlled.” He said that the extremist group continues to target religious and ethnic groups for “rape, kidnapping, enslavement, and even death.”

Chinese Regime Cracks Down on Internet Freedom, but Resistance Continues

Epoch Times / August 1, 2017

The Chinese regime is now seeking to shut down the programs that have kept open a window to the world for China’s internet users, but software developers and internet users in China are working to develop solutions that will continue to undermine the regime’s censorship.

Why Are Chinese Netizens Angry About a Graduate’s Speech On ‘Fresh Air’?

Jennifer Zeng / June 7, 2017

Yang Shuping’s now famous “fresh air” speech provoked so much anger from her fellow Chinese that she was forced to publicly apologize. Yang, a graduating senior from China, made the speech during a graduation ceremony at the University of Maryland on May 21.

The Chinese Communist Party’s Futile War Against Religion

Larry Ong / March 7, 2017

Religion is anathema to the atheist Communist Party that rules China, and the menu of policy choices for regime leaders has been limited to “crush, control, or co-opt.” The administration of Chinese leader Xi Jinping has, so far, largely remained in this mold.

But even in the face of this panoply of restrictions and punishments, religious believers in China continue to grow in number, according to findings by Freedom House, a human rights NGO based in the United States.

Chinese Public Prosecutor Admits ‘No Laws Against Falun Gong’

Larry Ong / January 14, 2017

In a recent court hearing in southwestern China, a public prosecutor indirectly stated that he could find no legal basis for the campaign of prohibition and persecution against the Chinese spiritual discipline Falun Gong—a highly unusual statement in the context of an officially-led movement to criminalize and brutally attack practitioners of the meditation school for nearly two decades.

In Conquering Hollywood, China’s Wanda Group Doesn’t Play by the Rules

Joshua Philipp / November 15, 2016

The Chinese regime’s growing influence over Hollywood is different from the rise of any other power in any industry. It is not being done through quality products or national innovation with which other nations can compete.

Instead, in its takeover of Hollywood, the Chinese regime is using methods that may violate laws in the United States and under the World Trade Organization (WTO).

OC Couple in Tug-Of-War with China

Holly Kellum, Epoch Times / September 6, 2016

Xiaodan Wang and her husband, Jeff Nenarella, are disappointed when they arrived back from their trip to China on Aug. 9 empty-handed.

They were a hair’s breadth away from rescuing Xiaodan’s almost 68-year-old father who was persecuted in a Chinese labor camp for 15 years, and is now being watched closely under house arrest at his home in Beijing.

His crime?

China’s Foreign Minister Just Flipped Out at a Canadian Reporter for Asking About Human Rights

Leo Timm / June 12, 2016

Questions about human rights are “irresponsible,” “full of prejudice,” and “totally unacceptable,” said Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi in a vehement rebuke of a Canadian reporter who dared raise the issue at a June 2 event held at the headquarters of Global Affairs Canada in Ottawa.

“It is the Chinese people who are in the best situation, in the best position to have a say about China’s human rights situation,” he said via an interpreter.

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