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A Glimpse into Tuidang

Tuidang background story 2 — Zhang Peng

This video was first published on April 13th, 2008 Zhang Peng, was a college tutor in his hometown of Hanyang City in Hunan Province, China. In his spare time he studied economics, history, and law. After passing the national lawyer's certification test, he worked as...

Tuidang background story 1 — Li Ming

This video was first published on April 13th, 2006 Li Ming, a Chinese woman from Beijing, says she fully understands how 1.5 billion people in China are actually constantly under threat. She was imprisoned seven times and tortured in over 50 difference ways in the...

Tuidang background story 3 — Hu Zhiming

This video was first published on April 13th, 2009 Once a respected and relatively privileged member of Chinese society, Hu Zhiming found himself escaping his homeland on foot, crossing the border into Thailand and eventually immigrating to the United States. He had...

China Watch

An Interview With Xu Youyu: ‘The Worst Is Yet to Come’

China Change This article was first published in China Change web site Yaxue Cao (YC): Professor Xu, would you mind first introducing yourself to our readers?  Xu Youyu (XY): My name is Xu Youyu (徐友渔); I was born in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, in 1947. I was in...

Hidden Cameras Abuse the Privacy of Chinese Citizens

VISION TIMES A social media post, “Leave Your Clothes On; Secret Camera by the Bed!”, has gone viral in China. It describes the case of Ms. Zhang Pei from Beijing, who stayed in a hotel with her boyfriend in February 2018. A hidden camera had filmed the couple and the...

Horrors of Chinese Torture Methods

OMID GHOREISHI | EPOCH TIMES With reports of psychological torture used against detained Canadians, The Epoch Times looks at the Chinese regime’s use of torture Editor’s note: The Epoch Times is publishing a number of articles exposing the use of torture by the...

China Offers Students Cash for Reporting Religious Believers

VISION TIMES The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has intensified its efforts in instilling atheism on primary and secondary school students, according to Bitter Winter — a magazine that reports on religious liberty and human rights in China. Students are...

Communism In The World

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