达纳•晋美桑布（Takna Jigme Sangpo）是著名的西藏服刑时间最长的政治犯，他在中国监狱里度过37年，流亡18年后在瑞士去世，享年91岁。此外，一名藏族博主兼记者次贡杰从监狱获释后，健康状况正在迅速恶化，另一名藏族妇女拉莫则因在拘留中遭受酷刑而死亡，本期节目中， 我们就一起来了解情况。
Eight Catholics nuns decided to leave their convent in the northern province of Shanxi this fall after repeated harassment and intimidations by local authorities. Because they used to live abroad, the nuns were under constant surveillance, but the order in August to remove the cross from the convent was the last straw.
More than 70 Protestant venues were shut down last year in Jiangsu Province’s prefecture-level cities of Lianyungang and Suqian. To prevent congregations from resuming their gatherings, the government decided to demolish or repurpose the venues.
In August, at a meeting of Three-Self Church directors in Bailu, a town in Lianyungang’s Guannan county
Following a unified operation across the eastern province of Anhui, 135 members of The Church of Almighty God (CAG) were arrested in October. Most of them, 96, were taken into custody on October 13.
A large number of people were detained in the provincial capital Hefei. At 7:30 a.m. on October 13, the police in the city’s
山西當局褻瀆了20名曾在中國傳教的宣教士的安息之所，並拆除了附近供前來參觀的信徒休息的房屋。近一個世紀前，這些宣教士葬在這裡。瑞典宣教士墓地位於運城市解州鎮，近100年前，瑞華會（Svenska Missionen i Kina (SMK)）在華宣教士衛潤世（Verner Wester）一家七口安葬在這裡，他從1903年到1930年間生活在中國。
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill on Tuesday to that would block imports from in northwestern China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) unless proof can be shown that they are not linked to forced labor.
The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act was introduced in March, amid growing evidence that internment
New evidence further links a company in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) whose products were banned from entry to the U.S. earlier this month to forced labor supplied by detainees from a local internment camp.
On Sept. 14, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency issued Withhold Release
The daughter of jailed Uyghur scholar Ilham Tohti called on Wednesday for his immediate release from a Chinese prison, speaking on the sixth anniversary of his sentencing to a life term in prison for “separatism” for his advocacy for greater rights for the Uyghur people.
Tohti, a former professor of economics at the Central University for Nationalities in Beijin
Authorities in northwest China’s Xinjiang region are forbidding practice by ethnic Uyghurs of the daily prayers required of observant Muslims, allowing only those 65 years of age and older to fulfill their religious obligations, sources say.
The move further tightens restrictions on Islamic practice that has already seen restrictions placed