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Linfen Covenant House Church: defense attorneys release new details

Photo: Outside Yaodu District Detention Center (ChinaAid source) (Linfen, Shanxi Province – March 22, 2023)Recently attorneys visited the three imprisoned members of Linfen Covenant House Church. Pastor Li Jie, Pastor Han Xiaodong, and co-worker Wang Qiang were all charged with “fraud” for accepting tithes and offerings. Good Health According to the defense attorneys, these three

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Three Christian women arrested for “fraud”

Photo: Xie Lihong’s family received her notice of criminal detention (ChinaAid source) (Suining, Sichuan Province – May 22, 2023) City police arrested three Christian women on suspicion of “fraud.” Li Bingrong, Xie Lihong, and Huang Qiuyan from Suining City, Sichuan Province were criminally detained on May 18.   Cause unknown Their families received the notice

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Hong Kong Diocese will not hold June 4th Memorial Mass

Photo: Tiananmen Square (Hong Kong—May 17, 2023) In 1989, Chinese authorities used violence to suppress the pro-democracy movement in Tiananmen Square. This massacre resulted in the death of countless students and Beijing residents. Since then, Hong Kong held events commemorating the victims of June 4th every year. However, this year, the Catholic Diocese of Hong

Renowned human rights activist Guo Feixiong
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Renowned Chinese human rights activist Guo Feixiong sentenced to eight years

Photo: Guo Feixiong, also known as Yang Maodong (ChinaAid source) (Guangdong – May 15, 2023) Prominent Chinese human rights activist Guo Feixiong was sentenced to eight years for allegedly “inciting subversion of state power.” Guo’s case was heard in open court on the morning of May 11. Authorities arrested him in January 2022, immediately after

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Bishop Stephen Chow’s patriotic prayer casts shadow on historic Beijing visit

(Hong Kong— May 10, 2023) At the end of a delegation visit from Hong Kong Bishop Stephen Chow, he delivered a closing prayer at St. Joseph’s Church. His prayer fell in line with the political mainstream in Beijing and cast a shadow over his four-day trip. LOYALTY TO BEIJING Bishop Stephen Chow hoped to curry

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Guangzhou Bible Reformed Church raided by police

Photo: Guangzhou Bible Reformed Church raided during Sunday service (ChinaAid source) (Guangzhou, Guangdong Province – May 7, 2023) Yesterday morning, authorities raided five locations of Guangzhou Bible Reformed Church simultaneously. Church elders, preachers, and co-workers were taken away. Police attempted to detain Pastor Huang Xiaoning, but he rejected their illegal action. Coordinated raid Police officers

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Qingcaodi Church: Elder Wu Jiannan’s father calls for son’s release

Photo: Elder Wu Jiannan’s parents (ChinaAid source) (Deyang, Sichuan province – May 5, 2023) Wu Tingmin, the father of imprisoned Elder Wu Jiannan of Qingcaodi Church, called for his son’s release. Qingcaodi Church Crackdown Elders Wu Jiannan and Hao Ming were arrested together on November 17, 2021. Police also took many church co-workers. The next

Bob Fu, Founder and President of ChinaAid, testifying in a congressional hearing

US Commission labels China “country of particular concern”

Photo: ChinaAid Founder Bob Fu testifies in congressional hearing (ChinaAid) (Washington, DC—May 2, 2023) USCIRF released its 2023 Annual Report detailing concerns about religious freedom worldwide. They recommended China and eleven other countries as serious violators of religious freedom. “Country of particular concern” In 1998, Congress enacted International Religious Freedom Act which requires the President


Chinese human rights lawyer Wang Quangzhang evicted

Photo: Wang Bingzhang’s landlord comes to evict him (ChinaAid source) (Beijing – May 1, 2023) Years after the infamous crackdown on human rights lawyers and activists, landlords persecuted their pro-democracy tenants. One landlord shut off the gas and electricity for Beijing lawyer Wang Quanzhang’s home. Meanwhile, lawyer Li Heping was forcibly evicted. 709 Crackdown On

China’s Qingdao City, Shandong Province, established a “Special Committee To Advance the Sinicization of Christianity”

CCP establishes committee to advance the Sinicization of Christianity”

Photo: China’s Qingdao City, Shandong Province, established a “Special Committee To Advance the Sinicization of Christianity” (Courtesy of Qingdao Christianity Website) (Shandong—April 25, 2023) The government-controlled Christian “patriotic organizations” established a new “Special Committee To Advance the Sinicization of Christianity,” which may be China’s first committee dedicated to promoting the development of Christianity in the

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