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Li Yu prohibited from visiting doctor during house arrest

Li Yu called upon everyone to follow her case(Photo: ChinaAid source) (Zaozhuang, Shandong province—April 1, 2022) Recently, Li Yu, a human rights activist, suffered a severe and constant cough due to complications from asthma. Local national security officers surveil her and took Li Yu to small clinics to treat her with shots and medication. Her


Follow up: Christian activist taken away by police for voicing concerns over chained woman case

Li Yu, a Christian human rights activist, wore a mask printed with the image of the chained woman(Photo: Li Yu) (Zaozhuang, Shandong province—March 11, 2022)  ChinaAid sources report that Li Yu, a Christian human rights activist in Zaozhuang, Shandong province, was threatened by Zaozhuang national security officers and held under designated residential surveillance for over


Christian activist disappeared after raising concerns over “chained woman” case

Li Yu protested for a formal investigation into the chained woman case(Photo: ChinaAid source) (Zaozhuang, Shandong province—March 8, 2022) Li Yu, a Christian human rights activist, was taken away by Zaozhuang police for investigating the Xuzhou chained woman case. Li called on the government to hold a formal investigation, but she forcibly disappeared over 10


CCP critically censors religious books, audios, and videos prior to July 01—it’s 100th anniversary

Screenshot of Chengde Elementary School’s notice to parents. (Photo: ChinaAid resource) (Hebei Province—June 29, 2021) Signs that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has intensified its censorship on religious books, videos and audios before July 1st, the 100th anniversary of CCP, abound.Recently, a primary school teacher (last name: Hou) from Chengde Elementary School (in Qingyun County) sent

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CCP authorities demand that rural minister in Linyi, Shandong Province refuse gifted Christian books

 Man reading reflects the spirit of the young rural minister seeking wisdom/knowledge. (Photo: Deposit Photos) (Linyi, Shandong Province—March 29, 2021) On March 23, 2021, Chinese Communist Party (CCP) police and state security officers of the local jurisdiction visited the home of a rural minister in Linyi, Shandong Province, demanding that he allow them to check


CCP security officers detain human rights activist Li Qiaochu; charge her with “subverting state power”

Li Qiaochu, Chinese human rights defender and researcher.  (Photo: ChinaAid) (Linyi, Shandong Province—Feb. 08, 2021) On February 6 at 8:30 pm, after Beijing police had detained Chinese human rights defender Li Qiaochu, charging her with “subversion of state power,” Chinese Communist Party (CCP) security personnel escorted her from Beijing to Linyi, Shandong, Province. In the past,

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Unidentified lawyer for human rights Lawyers Ding Jiaxi and Xu Zhiyong reveals CCP has tortured both men

Human Rights Lawyers Ding Jiaxi and Xu Zhiyong.  (Photo: ChinaAid) (Linyi City, Shandong, Province—Feb. 03, 2021) On January 22, information from an unidentified lawyer who met with detained Human Rights Lawyers Ding Jiaxi and Xu Zhiyong reveals Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials have tortured them. During interrogations, CCP authorities deprived both men of sleep for extended

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Shandong Province orders: Do not publish audios and videos of preaching from online gatherings/services

January 29 notice regarding ban on publishing sermon audios and videos. (Photo: Shangdong Qingdao’s Associations of the Three-Self Patriotic Movement and Christians) (Qingdao City, Shandong Province—Feb. 05, 2021) On January 29, the Three-Self Patriotic Association and Christian Association of Qingdao City, Shandong Province, published a copy of the notice relating Restrictions on Churches in China’s Shandong

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Activist held in custody for months, has yet to meet with lawyer

(Jinan, Shandong—May 8, 2020) Dai Zhenya has been detained by the Shandong Police for more than four months in connection with a gathering in Xiamen. His lawyer has been denied the right to meet with him. In addition, Dai’s family members were questioned by the State Security Bureau and asked not to voice their opinions


Breaking: Released rights lawyer reunites with family!

Li Wenzu (left), Wang Quanzhang (center), and their son embrace moments after reuniting. Wang has spent the last four-and-a-half years in prison on a trumped-up  charge for his hum (Photo: ChinaAid/Screenshot of Wang family video) (Beijing—April 27, 2020) Human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang reunited with his wife and son in Beijing today after nearly five


Rights lawyer’s freedom restricted

Wang Quanzhang(Photo: Human Rights Tulip/Safeguard Defenders) (Jinan, Shandong—April 13, 2020) Rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang has been under heavy surveillance since his release. Officials have even limited his contact with others. On April 5, Wang left Linyi Prison, where he spent the past four-and-a-half years on charges related to his human rights work. His sister attempted

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Rights lawyer quarantined after release

Wang Quanzhang (Photo: Human Rights Tulip/Safeguard Defenders) (Jinan, Shandong—April 5, 2020) Chinese authorities have stoked anger after releasing human rights attorney Wang Quanzhang only to quarantine him hundreds of miles from family. Wang has spent the last four-and-a-half years behind bars on a subversion charge. He vanished into police custody in 2015, during a nationwide

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