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ChinaAid announces new CEO, Chad Bullard

Photo: Chad Bullard, new CEO of ChinaAid (Midland, Texas—Dec. 15, 2022) ChinaAid is pleased to announce the addition of a new Chief Executive Officer, Chad Bullard. Mr. Bullard has an extensive history in law enforcement and passion for the Chinese people. He was in state and federal law enforcement for 15 years early in his

Gary Pang Moon-yuen with his fist in the air, released from prison
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Hong Kong Rev. released from prison

Photo: Rev. Gary Pang Moon-yuen (YouTube: Pastor Rocks With You) (Hong Kong—December 15, 2022) Hong Kong Reverend Garry Pang Moon-yuen, who was arrested in April of this year, was convicted in October of one or more acts of sedition because of his previous production of videos. He has now been released after serving his sentence

Image of Zhang Zhan who is a christian journalist who is currently in prison for her journalistic piece criticizing China's response to COVID-19.

Zhang Zhan’s condition remains worrying

Photo: Zhang Zhan (ChinaAid source) (Shanghai— December 14, 2022) The mental state of Zhang Zhan, a Christian citizen journalist, imprisoned in Shanghai, seems to be improving, but the situation is still not optimistic. According to some reports, she has not returned to her normal weight. According to rights activist Li Dawei from Gansu province, who


Opinion: Protestors can make a difference. We must help them.

This article was originally published in the Washington Stand   One Chinese American woman living in Texas described the situation of her parents in China who were suffering under the government’s continuing “zero COVID” policy. She told one of us, “My parents have been locked inside their home for over a month, and their door

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Falsely accused Elders could face severe penalties

Photo: Elders Wu Jiannan (left) and Hao Ming (third from left) with brothers and sisters from their church (ChinaAid source)         Updated December 19, 2022* (Deyang, Sichuan province—December 13, 2022) Qingcaodi Church disclosed in an open letter that the case that Hao Ming, a former elder of the church, and Wu Jiannan, the incumbent elder


ChinaAid announces 2022 Lin Zhao Freedom Award recipient

(Midland, Texas—December 9, 2022) China Aid Association is pleased to announce Ms. Xu Qin as the winner of the Lin Zhao Freedom Award 2022.  You can watch the video announcement here. Ms. Xu is a well-known activist who served as the secretary general of the civil organization “China Human Rights Watch” and a spokesperson for


Likes and comments will face stricter controls in China

Photo: Cyberspace Administration of China issued the “Provisions on the Administration of Internet Comments Posting Services” (Beijing—December 7, 2022) In order to strengthen the management of Internet comment sections, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) released newly revised regulations concerning social media comment sections on November 16. These new rules will come into effect on

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“China-fication”: Second meeting between Hong Kong and Chinese Catholics

Photo: Hong Kong skyline (WordPress)     (Hong Kong— December 7, 2022) Chinese bishops and priests from China’s state-sanctioned Catholic Church formally briefed Hong Kong clergy members on how to implement President Xi Jinping’s socialist view of religion— a move critics say could herald further crackdowns on religious freedom.     From November 15th to


CCP violates the China-Vatican agreement

(Beijing— December 6, 2022) The Holy See’s Press Office issued a statement on November 26 condemning Beijing for installing a bishop in a diocese not recognized by the Holy See. The Vatican accused the Chinese authorities of violating the Vatican-China bishop appointment agreement. China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on November 28 that it had no

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“I implore you to fear God”: An Yankui’s statement in court

Photo: An Yankui after his release from prison (ChinaAid source)   (Shanxi, China—December 1, 2022) Preacher An Yankui of Zion Reformed made a brilliant statement in court, declaring his case was a case within a case. He hoped to present his case in a court of conscience and wisdom, and he asked the judge presiding

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Court upholds fine for Yang Xibo and his wife

Photo: Administrative judgement issued by Jimei District People’s Court (ChinaAid source)   (Xiamen, Fujian Province — November 30, 2022) On July 29, 2021, Siming District Religious Affairs Bureau issued a fine of ¥200,000 (~$27,000) against Pastor Yang Xibo, and his wife Wang Xiaofei of Xunsiding Church. The couple filed an administrative litigation against the Religious Affairs

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Minister An Yankui and Zhang Chenghao released

Photo: Zhang Chenghao (left) and Minister An Yankui from Zion Reformed Church (ChinaAid source) (Taiyuan, China—November 28, 2022) Minister An Yankui and coworker Zhang Chenghao of Zion Reformed Church were released after serving their sentence. Yao Congya, An Yankui’s wife, disclosed that the two ministers could not return to their home and reunite with their wives

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