First Nurses Summit to combat Chinese Regime’s Crimes

Human Rights 11/13/22, 12:07

The American Academy of Forensic Nursing (AFN) and the global organization Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH) held the First Nurses Summit on November 1. The summit aims to combat and stop forced organ harvesting and hopes to promote ethical medical and nursing practices worldwide.  At this summit, many doctors, experts, ...

China holds World Internet Conference while tightening cyberspace censorship

Tech 11/12/22, 16:11

Chinese leader Xi Jinping congratulated the World Internet Conference (WIC) through an official statement on November 9. The conference was held at the Wuzhen Exhibition Center, which has hosted the event since 2014. Several U.S. tech executives virtually attended the event, including the CEOs of IBM, Intel, and Cisco. Invited guests, ...

Chinese regime has zero tolerance for unofficial religious activity

Social problem 11/12/22, 15:03

A call to prayer circulated last week among China's house churches to demand the release of two Christian missionaries who have been detained since July in Shandong province.  Pastor Qin Sifeng and Sister Su Minjun allegedly crossed some "red line" for the communist regime that aims to completely eradicate any kind ...

Jimmy Lai, a Hong Kong freedom hero, stands strong against the CCP

Human Rights 11/10/22, 13:41

For 30 consecutive years, Hong Kong remembered the massacre in Tiananmen Square, which occurred in 1989. However, on June 4, 2020, citizen events in memory of the occasion were banned by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), alleging the proximity of the COVID pandemic. Among those who defied that communist ordinance was Jimmy ...

Ukraine condemns CCP’s crimes against humanity for the first time

Human Rights 11/08/22, 22:55

On October 31, Ukraine and 49 Western countries made a statement expressing grave concern at the Chinese regime's repressive human rights practices. According to the Washington Post, the statement condemns the CCP for their "crimes against humanity" in their treatment of Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities in Xinjiang. It was the first ...

The increasing rise up of Chinese people

Trending 11/05/22, 15:40

The CCP's "zero-COVID" policy has angered people everywhere. In recent days, a large number of videos circulating online show people in many places continuously protesting, toppling quarantine walls, and breaking pandemic checkpoints and PCR sampling counters. On November 4, a video showed villagers in Nanshan Village, Shenzhen City, Guangdong Province starting ...

Landmark court ruling could end extraditions from Europe to China

Human Rights 11/05/22, 13:40

In early October, a news item went unnoticed by most of the media, even though the event is of importance for human rights compliance and Europe's relationship with China. On October 6, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), in an unanimous ruling, prevented the extradition of a Taiwanese national requested ...