Missing Christian: Zhu Yongping

China Aid Association
Image: Zhu Yongping
On November 2, 2008, Zhu Yongping, a missionary from South China Church, was struck to the ground by the plainclothes officials from the Bureau of State Security on a street in Jingmen city and taken away. He has not been heard from since.
Zhu Yongping was born in December 1976 and believed in the Lord in March 1997. He was arrested the first time on August 13, 2001 and then sentenced to three years labor camp as one of the Hunan South China Church leaders. He was tortured extensively during interrogation time. He was released early for good behavior on December 3, 2003. The two photos below are from when he revisited his labor camp, Shayang Re-education Through Labor Camp, in Hubei in 2004 after his release.
Images: Zhu Yongping
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