Benedict Rogers’ Christmas Letters to Xi Jinping and His Victims

It is in that spirit that I had intended to hold a 12-hour vigil and protest outside the Chinese Communist Party regime’s embassy in London on Christmas Eve. I had planned it with the theme of the “12 Days of Christmas” in mind – 12 hours of protest, with 12 demands. I had intended to sit outside your embassy in a cage, and I know others, including Uyghurs, Tibetans, Falun Gong practitioners and Hong Kongers had planned to join me at different times.

An Urgent Appeal: Stop Police Brutality in Hong Kong

We have been horrified to see reports of police firing teargas, pepper-spray and rubber bullets at close-range at shoppers, peaceful protesters and innocent by-standers on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and again on Saturday 28 December. We are profoundly disturbed by scenes of children and young people being severely beaten, and of rubber bullets being fired into people’s faces

Merry Christmas from Bitter Winter—and a Prayer for Those in Jail

After a few months, Liu developed a severe case of nephritis, due to overwork and malnutrition. She reported to the camp’s medical personnel but was told she was not sick enough to stop working, and toy horses needed to be produced. When she was released in 2009, her nephritis had become chronic, and she finally died at the First People’s Hospital in Linqing, Shandong on August 20, 2012.

Humbug! Chinese University Bans Celebrating Christmas

Frank Fang  |  Epoch Times Add Santa Claus to the list of things the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) doesn’t like. With Christmas around the corner, the Party is wary of Western influence that it believes could corrupt the minds of young Chinese. At Shenyang Pharmaceutical University in northeastern China’s Liaoning Province, the school’s Communist Youth League, […]

Confined Shanghai Lawyer Suffers Abuse After Exposing ‘Shanghai Gang’

Larry Ong  |  Epoch Times Zheng Enchong, a Shanghai-based human rights lawyer, has been under house arrest for over a decade. Local security forces have frequently harassed and abused him during his confinement. But early last year, Zheng, 67, found the restrictions gradually relaxed after he revealed sensitive information about various top members of a […]