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U.S. Representative talks about Hong Kong democracy sculpture

(Washington, D.C.—Aug. 28, 2020) Note: In the following video, U.S. Representative Chris Smith talks about the Hong Kong democracy sculpture. China Aid exposes abuses in order to stand in solidarity with the persecuted and promote religious freedom, human rights, and rule of law. If you wish to partner with us in helping those persecuted by

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Officials launch investigation of “illegal” religions

The Gushi CountyReligious AffairsBureau notice.(Photo: ChinaAid) (Xinyang, Henan—Aug. 28, 2020) County officials in China’s Henan province have ordered the investigation of “illegal” religious activities for a month.  In a notice, the Gushi County Ethnic and Religious Affairs Bureau said authorities should crack down on religion from Aug. 20-Sept. 20. The notice also listed a telephone

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Op-Ed: Under the Cloud of a Nazified Government: Xi’s China

By Xiaogang Jin Xiaogang Jin is a Chinese dissident in exile. Now he lives in the United States with his family. 1. Background Nazism refers to the ideology practiced by the Nazi Party from 1933 to 1945 under the leadership of Adolf Hitler. Nazism incorporates totalitarian government, racism, nationalism, etc. Nazism advocated for a totalitarian

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Updated: Preacher receives penalty notice

The notice given to Zhang.(Photo: China Aid) Updated at 1:05 p.m. on Aug. 25, 2020 (Lincang, Yunnan—Aug. 21, 2020) A preacher surnamed Zhang received a penalty notice from authorities in Lincang, Yunnan, for carrying out a theological training.  The notice came from the Linxiang District Ethnic and Religious Affairs Bureau. It claimed Zhang had violated

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Police raid church parenting meeting

A Xunsiding Church’s gathering was raided.(Photo: Facebook/Screenshot) (Xiamen, Fujian—Aug. 20, 2020) Mothers from a church in Xiamen, Fujian Province, gathered to share parenting advice on Aug. 12. Local officials then raided the gathering without a warrant. At 10 a.m., more than 10 mothers gathered at a Christian home to share their experiences. While they were

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Wall Street Journal: Harvard, Princeton, and China’s National Security Law

The Wall Street Journal By Lucy Craymer The effect of the new national-security law that China imposed on Hong Kong is extending far beyond the territory to American college campuses. Classes at some elite universities will carry a warning label this fall: This course may cover material considered politically sensitive by China. And schools are

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What is Hong Kong’s National Security Law? Pt. – China Freedom File – Episode 7

China Aid exposes abuses in order to stand in solidarity with the persecuted and promote religious freedom, human rights, and rule of law. If you wish to partner with us in helping those persecuted by the Chinese government, please click here to make a charitable donation. ChinaAid Media Team Cell: +1 (432) 553-1080 | Office: +1 (432)

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Bob Fu on China’s cross demolitions

Bob Fu(Photo: ChinaAid) (Midland, Texas—Aug. 17, 2020) China Aid President Bob Fu spoke on cross demolitions in China on China’s Freedom File. The Chinese government has been tearing down church crosses and buildings for many years as an attempt to erase Christianity. To learn more about the history of cross demolition, please click here. ChinaAid

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Gao Zhisheng missing for three years

Gao Zhisheng’s book.(Photo: ChinaAid/Carolina Academic Press) (Beijing—Aug. 14, 2020) Yesterday marked the third anniversary of the disappearance of Chinese human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng. Gao is a valiant warrior for human rights in China and is perhaps the most well-known rights attorney in the country. For decades, he has defended China’s most targeted people. Because

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USA Today: China’s death grip on Hong Kong

USA TodayBob Fu and Arielle Del Turco The dramatic arrest of Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai and the invasive raid of Apple Daily, the pro-democracy newspaper he founded, this week signals the start of a new Red Terror for the formerly free city. When China imposed a new national security law for Hong Kong

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Hong Kong activists released on bail

Democracy activist Agnes Chow (center) with ChinaAid PresidentBob Fu (right).(Photo: ChinaAid) (Hong Kong—Aug. 11, 2020) Democracy activist Agnes Chow and two sons of media tycoon Jimmy Lai were bailed out of jail today following their arrests. The three were among the pro-democracy activists arrested Monday under Hong Kong’s new National Security Law. Lai, who was

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Learn more about Hong Kong’s National Security Law

Bob Fu on China Freedom File.(Photo: ChinaAid) (Midland, Texas-Aug. 11, 2020) ChinaAid President Bob Fu spoke about Hong Kong’s National Security Law on the latest episode of China Freedom File. China Freedom File is a television show that airs on God’s Learning Channel. On it, Fu discusses topics related to freedom in China. Click here

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