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CCP court gave lawyers less than a week to review 123 case files

The four lawyers defending Wang Honglan and her family(Photo: Fan Xiangui’s Weibo page)    (Hohhot, Inner Mongolia— January 14, 2022) On January 11, Christian lawyers Fang Xiangui, Zhu Shujin, Zhao Qingshan, and Yuan Mao traveled to Huimin District People’s Court to submit documents for the case of four Christians who were charged with “illegal business


CCP targets Catholic Sanctuary of Our Lady of Zhaojialing for “Sinicization of Christianity”

Lintel plaques on courtyard doors of Zhaojialing Catholic private houses. (Photo: Bitter Winter) (Zhaojialing Village, Shanxi Province—Jan. 05, 2021) As part of the CCP’s crackdown on Christianity, Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials are forcing Catholics in the village of Zhaojialing, Xiangyuan County, a nationally known pilgrimage site since the 19th century, to remove plaques, images, or


Inner Mongolian people fighting CCP’s education reform: “We need your help”

Tweet sharing concerns of Inner Mongolian people. (Photo: ChinaAid) (ChinaAid Commentary—Nov. 1, 2020) Apple Daily, a Hong Kong newspaper, recently reported that Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center’s statistics reveal that actions by Inner Mongolian authorities, implementing the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP’s) Mandarin Chinese education reform, is turning Inner Mongolia into another Xinjiang. People in

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CCP plans to replace the Mongolian language with Mandarin Chinese in schools

Chinese student subject to “Implementation Scheme.” (Photo: China Aid) (Inner Mongolia, China—Sept. 24, 2020) Chinese Communist Party (CCP) authorities claim “foreign forces” have incited protest against plans to replace the Mongolian language with Mandarin Chinese in schools. The Implementation Scheme of Using the Chinese Textbook issued by Inner Mongolian authorities on August 26 states that


Chinese authorities demolish church, prohibit services

Authorities destroy a church in Linfen, Shanxi, in January 2018. (Photo: ChinaAid) ChinaAid Correction: This story was updated to correct information that incorrectly stated eight Beijing churches were demolished. Instead, they were shut down. (Beijing—April 21, 2019) Chinese authorities demolished an Inner Mongolia church on Easter weekend and dragged away Christian protesters. A week earlier,

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Police declare Inner Mongolian church illegal

Chinese officials often persecute churches such as this one. (Photo: ChinaAid) ChinaAid (Hohhot, Inner Mongolia—Jan. 5, 2018) Police in China’s Inner Mongolia region harassed an unofficial church during their weekly Sunday service on Dec. 16, claiming that the fellowship violated the country’s Regulations on Religious Affairs. When they interrupted the service, the officials questioned the

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Prominent human rights lawyer prevented from leaving China

A human rights lawyer, Li Heping, whowas imprisoned during a crackdown onhuman rights activists in 2015, embracedby his wife and daughter following hisrelease. (Photo: ChinaAid) ChinaAid (Hinggan League, Inner Mongolia—June 9, 2018) Officials in China’s Inner Mongolia denied renowned human rights lawyer Wang Yu a passport recently, prohibiting her from leaving the country, according to


Christian human rights lawyer fears re-arrest after near death in jail

Zhang Kai ChinaAid (Hohhot, Inner Mongolia—March 27, 2018) Renowned Chinese human rights lawyer and Christian Zhang Kai fears that he may face a second imprisonment on account of his legal defense of churches that faced cross demolition. According to two social media posts dated March 21, a prosecutor from Wenzhou, Zhejiang province, summoned Zhang from

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Christian human rights lawyer summoned 12 times, under strict surveillance

Zhang Kai ChinaAid (Hohhot, Inner Mongolia—July 7, 2017) Renowned Christian human rights lawyer Zhang Kai is being subjected to strict surveillance in China’s northern Inner Mongolia and was recently summoned to appear before authorities. Despite releasing him on bail, Chinese officials have continuously monitored rights attorney Zhang Kai with various forms of surveillance, including installing

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Zhang Kai released after two-day disappearance

Zhang Kai(Stock photo courtesy of Zhang Kai) China Aid (Hohhot, Inner Mongolia—Dec. 30, 2016) After spending two days in police custody, Christian human rights lawyer Zhang Kai was allowed to return to his parents’ home in China’s northern Inner Mongolia yesterday. On the morning of Dec. 27, officials from various public security bureaus from across

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Christian Today: Prominent Christian Human Rights Lawyer Vanishes Into Custody In China

Christian Today Ruth Gledhill  29 December 2016 ■ A prominent Christian human rights lawyer in China has disappeared after being summoned to a police station, according to the charity China Aid. Zhang Kai, who had represented 100 churches resisting the cross removal campaign in China, was imprisoned in 2015 and then released on bail earlier

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Zhang Kai back in police custody

Zhang Kai (Stock photo courtesy of Zhang Kai) China Aid (Hohhot, Inner Mongolia—Dec. 28, 2016) A prominent Christian human rights lawyer who was released on bail earlier this year has not been seen since he was summoned to the police station in China’s northern Inner Mongolia yesterday morning. At 10:00 a.m. on Dec. 27, human rights

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