On June 7, the neighborhood near Changle Road, Shanghai City(Photo: ChinaAid source) (Shanghai, China—June 9, 2022) On June 7, a neighborhood located near Changle Road, Shanghai was forced to lockdown again just a week after the two-month quarantine, which caused many young people to protest on the streets. Leaders from relevant departments communicated with residents’
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Announcement of the Catholic Diocese of Shanghai(Photo: Shanghai Diocese Network) (Shanghai, China—May 23, 2022) May is the “Month of Mary” in the Catholic tradition, and China’s nationwide pilgrimage was canceled. May 24 celebrates The Feast of Our Lady Help of Christians. The universal Catholic Church will hold a prayer event for the Chinese Church on
After being banned, officials closed related web pages and social media accounts of Presbyterian church in Shanghai
Shanghai(Photo: Flickr) (Shanghai, China – May 10, 2022) The Shanghai Xinguang Presbyterian Church, which is independent of the officially registered church, has been included in the banned list of “illegal social organizations” by the Shanghai Civil Affairs Bureau in 2021. Recently, several government departments have continued to remove their relevant web pages and social media accounts.
A Shanghai street(Photo: FreeImages) (Shanghai, China—May 10, 2022) The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) recommitted itself to its zero-COVID policy in response to the continuing surge of COVID in Shanghai and across China. Millions in Shanghai will remain in perpetual lockdown, and mainstream media now takes aim at the inhumane consequences. As reported
The Shanghai skyline(Photo: FreeImages) (Shanghai, China – April 21, 2022) As the outbreak of the new variant of COVID-19 soars in Shanghai, public resentment has continued to heat up due to the severe pandemic prevention measures. A few days ago, Ji Xiaolong, a Shanghai resident, launched an online petition to the Central Government of the
Zhang Zhan before her prison sentence(Photo: South China Morning Post) (Shanghai, China—February 25, 2022) Chinese citizen journalist Zhang Zhan’s life in prison has improved recently. On February 12, her lawyer Zhang Keke learned in a video call with Zhang Zhan’s mother that Zhang Zhan’s condition had improved and that she had ended her hunger strike.
Zhang Zhan before her imprisonment(Photo: ChinaAid source) (ChinaAid, Midland, TX—November 10, 2021) Recently, the US State Department called for the unconditional release of Zhang Zhan, a Christian journalist detained for drawing attention to COVID-19 in Wuhan. Zhang Zhan’s life continues to hang in the balance in Shanghai Women’s Prison as she continues her hunger strike,
Zhang Zhan, a freelance reporter, detained in Shanghai(Photo: Reporters Without Borders) (Reporters Without Borders—September 17, 2021) ChinaAid, Reporters Without Borders, and 43 other non-government organizations (NGOs) signed a letter to Xi Jinping, the State Chairman of China, asking him to release Zhang Zhan. You may find the signed letter below. Zhang Zhan, a Christian freelance journalist and
The Shanghai exhibition.(Photo: Bitter Winter) “Christianity Loves the Party” Exhibition Unveiled in Shanghai ZHANG CHUNHUA 06/29/2021 (ChinaAid—July 06, 2021) On June 29, Bitter Winter published/posted and article revealing that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) unveiled a “Christianity Loves
Update: CCP authorities transfer Zhang Zhan to Shanghai Women’s Prison; deny family’s request to visit
Zhang Zhan, a former lawyer, journalist, and human rights activist, now imprisoned. (Photo: ChinaAid) (Shanghai*—April 05, 2021) An update from March 19 reveals that Chinese Communist Party (CCP) authorities transferred Chinese citizen journalist, a former practicing lawyer, Zhang Zhan to the Shanghai women’s prison. Recently, when Ms. Zhang’s mother traveled to the prison and requested
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
Update: As Guo Feixiong loses contact with “outside,” volunteer team concerned he has been “trapped by the police”
Reflection of CCP barring Guo Feixiong from his scheduled flight to the US. (Photo: Pexels) (Shanghai—Jan. 29, 2021) On January 28, shortly after Guo Feixiong arrived at Pudong Airport in Shanghai, preparing to board an international flight to San Francisco, authorities from the Chinese Ministry of Public Security [Chinese Communist Party (CCP)] intercepted him under