Some state-run churches were allowed to reopen in China after a 5-month lockdown. But only after proving their loyalty to the Communist Party.
Hidden in the new law, a provision states the CCP can now act against every person on the planet criticizing it.
While we celebrate the World Refugee Day, a Tibetan scholar reflects on the history and resilience of 150,000 Tibetan refugees living in exile.
A member of the Lithuanian Parliament, Adomėnas is one of the co-chairs of the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China (IPAC). He tells us why such an alliance is needed.
The newly appointed first Uyghur member of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom talks about USCIRF and the struggle against religious persecution in China.