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Escaped dissidents obtained residence permits in Netherlands

Wang Jingyu and Wu Huan(Photo: ChinaAid)  (Netherlands—May 17, 2022) The Chinese Chongqing refugees Wang Jingyu and his wife, who applied for political asylum in the Netherlands, have successfully obtained residence permits. Wang Jingyu expressed his gratitude to ChinaAid Association and its founder and president Bob Fu.    On April 12, Wang Jingyu informed ChinaAid that


Court to hold hearing for Chongqing Mount of Olive Church

Joint law enforcement raid at Chongqing Mount of Olive Church. (Photo: ChinaAid source) (Chongqing, Sichuan Province—April 15, 2021) On March 24, local police officers, accompanied by authorities from the Bureau of Ethnic and Religious Affairs jointly raided Chongqing Mount of Olive Church. Several dozen staff from the ethnic and religious affairs and the local police department

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House churches in various provinces experienced persecution in March

Notice from Guiyang Municipal Bureauof Religious Affairs in Yunyan District. (Photo: ChinaAid) (April 1, 2021–Guiyang City, Guizhou) In the past week, several house churches across various provinces experienced strong opposition from the Chinese government. Reports from Guiyang City, Guizhou stated that on March 17, Guiyang Municipal Bureau of Religious Affairs in Yunyan published a notice announcing


Epoch Times: Chinese Public Prosecutor Admits ‘No Laws Against Falun Gong’

The Epoch Times By Larry Ong, Epoch Times | December 26, 2016 AT 7:50 pm Last Updated: December 26, 2016 11:43 pm ■ In a recent court hearing in southwestern China, a public prosecutor indirectly stated that he could find no legal basis for the campaign of prohibition and persecution against the Chinese spiritual discipline

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Chongqing Bible college students, local church employees attend legal training

Christians attend a legal training session in Yunnan in November 2015. (China Aid Stock Photo) China Aid Reported in Chinese by Bo Ai. Translated by Carolyn Song. Written in English by Rachel Ritchie. (Chongqing, China—May 5, 2016) The founder of the Chinese Christian Faith and Legal Training Camp conducted a three-day training session in China’s


The Telegraph: Neil Heywood death in China: Bo Xilai 'drowned Chongqing in a sea of Red terror'

 The Telegraph  By Malcolm Moore, Chongqing9:00PM BST 17 Apr 2012 Bo Xilai’s five-year reign over Chongqing, the world’s largest city, saw a string of officials in his administration commit suicide, the jailing or silencing of scores of his opponents, and a near bankruptcy of the city’s finances, a Daily Telegraph investigation has learned. The 62-year-old

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