Tag: human-rights

Uyghur Mother Quietly Detained and Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison While Daughter Kept Searching
Ziba Murat is an Uyghur American who last saw her mother, Dr. Gulshan Abbas, at the Ronald Reagan Washington National airport in 2016. At that time, she implored her mother not to return to Xinjiang...
Chinese University Student Allegedly Raped by Police Officer Demands Justice; Reveals Horrid Practices in Beijing Hospital
University graduate, Zhang Xiaoning, holds a sign outside the United Nations 76th General Assembly seeking justice after allegedly being raped by a Beijing police officer. (Image: Zhang Xiaoning) On Sept. 14, 2021, a university graduate...
Canadian writer Sheng Xue speaks about communist rule in China
Americans and Britons Sign Petitions to End Communist Rule in China, Bringing ‘Light to the Darkness’
According to surveys conducted over the past year, many of the world’s people view Beijing with an increasingly darkening attitude.  More than 1.2 million have signed a petition called ‘End the CCP’ in reference to...
US passes bill seeking to discourage the use of Uyghur forced labor.
US Senate Bans Chinese Goods Made From Uyghur Forced Labor, Government Issues Advisory to Companies
The U.S. Senate on July 14 passed the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act to block imports of Chinese goods that employ forced labor from the Xinjiang region, where the communist authorities have reportedly detained over...
Falun Gong practitioners march in memorial of fellow members who were murdered by the Chinese Communist Party in a 2018 rally in Washington, D.C. Practitioners once again rallied in America’s capital on July 16 to call for an end to the soon-to-be 22-year-long campaign of genocide against the 100 million Chinese citizens who once practiced and studied the meditative exercises.
Falun Gong Practitioners Rally in Washington for End to Beijing’s Persecution as 22nd Anniversary Looms
The month of July is host to one of the most solemn and tragic anniversaries in the history of human society: the beginning of the 22-year-long persecution of the 100 million practitioners of Falun Gong,...
Women's Hair - A young woman in traditional ancient Chinese dress promotes the classical Chinese experience through "Shen Yun Performing Arts" in Sydney on April 6, 2010. Shen Yun Performing Arts, based in New York and independent of China's regime, presents the five-millennia-old artistic tradition of classical Chinese dance.
Traditionally a Symbol of Status and Beauty, Women’s Hair Is Now Stolen and Sold From China
Throughout the ages, Chinese culture has placed emphasis on women’s appearance, with beauty and demeanor traditionally being highly valued. It was said that when women of great beauty died, they were rewarded in the afterlife...
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Pelosi Floats Diplomatic Boycott of China’s 2022 Winter Olympics
Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has asked for a diplomatic boycott of the upcoming 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China. She made the declaration at a May 18 bipartisan congressional hearing about holding the Olympics...
Falun Gong practitioners take part in a silent protest calling to bring former General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party, Jiang Zemin, to justice in Hong Kong on October 1, 2004. Minghui Publishing was awarded the highly acclaimed Benjamin Franklin Award for its groundbreaking book, Minghui Report: The 20-Year Persecution of Falun Gong in China.
IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award Goes to Book Exposing CCP Genocide Against Falun Gong
The winner of the prestigious 2021 Bill Fisher Award for Best First Book, Nonfiction, was announced at an elite award ceremony hosted by the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) on May 14. The Benjamin Franklin...
A student walks up stairs decorated with past Olympic dates in Hong Kong on June 13, 2012. SOAS University, formerly the School of Oriental and African Studies, has warned faculty members to protect students during classes on Chinese Communist Party-sensitive subjects fearing they can be arrested when entering Hong Kong or China for attending classes.
London University Warns Faculty to Protect Students from Hong Kong or China Arrest
A London university has told its professors to be careful not to record class discussions or lectures on topics related to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) because of fears the students may be arrested if...
Secretary of State Antony Blinken attends his confirmation hearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Capitol Hill January 19, 2021 in Washington, D.C. Blinken’s State Department followed in Mike Pompeo’s footsteps by openly sanctioning a Chinese Communist Party official for their role in the brutal, nearly 22-year-long persecution of Falun Gong.
US Hits Chinese Official in Second Sanctions Targeting Persecution of Falun Gong
The U.S. State Department saddled a mid-level Chinese Communist Party (CCP) member in charge of persecuting spiritual groups with sanctions on May 12, barring the official and his family from entering the United States. The...
Protesters occupy the arrival hall of the Hong Kong International Airport during a demonstration on August 12, 2019. A reporter from the Hong Kong Epoch Times, an international publication critical of the Chinese Communist Party, was attacked by a man with a baseball bat after leaving her apartment on May 11.
Baseball Bat Attack on Hong Kong Reporter Draws State Department Condemnation
A reporter for a Hong Kong newspaper critical of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) was assaulted with a baseball bat during broad daylight on May 11 in an escalating pattern of intimidation and harassment against...
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Treaty Loophole Could Allow Chinese State Broadcaster to Return to UK Airwaves
In February, British broadcasting regulator Ofcom banned the state-run China Global Television Network (CGTN) for breaching the UK’s rules of broadcast. Now, it seems as if the media outlet might get back on British airwaves...