October 30, 2019
Religion With Chinese Characteristics: Sinicizing Religion in China
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Xi Lian.
October 16, 2019
Trump’s Devastating Silence on China’s Human Rights Abuses
By Naz El-Khatib and Ashley Wood
Trump’s obsession with “strength” at the expense of human rights has been a defining feature of his views on China.
July 19, 2019
‘In July 1999, the CCP Created Exactly What It Had Feared’
By Sarah Cook
Recollections of the launch of Beijing’s assault on Falun Gong and its impact 20 years later.
May 02, 2019
Taiwan Voices Support for Uyghurs in China
By Wen Lii
The human rights crisis in Xinjiang foreshadows Taiwan’s future under PRC control, and the island knows it.
January 26, 2019
Old-Fashioned Thuggery Reinforces China’s High-Tech Censorship
By Sarah Cook
In addition to technological tools, China’s government is using more old-fashioned methods to keep activists silent.
October 17, 2018
Religion Is ‘Spiritual Anesthesia’: The Ideology Behind China’s Uyghur Crackdown
By Bonnie Girard
Xinjiang’s Muslims are just the latest victim of the CCP’s contempt for religion.
September 21, 2018
What the China-Vatican Deal Means for Taiwan
By Gary Sands
A reported agreement could spell trouble for Taipei -- and China's Catholics.
June 14, 2018
The CCP’s Plan to 'Sinicize' Religions
By Julia Bowie and David Gitter
Bureaucratic changes are intended to aid the CCP in further pressuring religious groups.
May 18, 2018
Uyghurs: Victims of 21st Century Concentration Camps
By Mehmet Tohti
More than a million Uyghurs are believed to be in Chinese “re-education centers.”
November 01, 2017
President Trump: Support Religious Freedom in China
By Sandra Jolley and Tenzin Dorjee
During his visit to China, Trump should demand the release of the Panchen Lama and Gulmira Imin.
April 11, 2017
Ian Johnson on Religion in China, Past and Future
By Young China Watchers
"Religion and the search for values are moving back to the center of a national discussion in China."
March 29, 2017
China’s Organ Transplant Problem
By Matthew Robertson and Jacob Lavee
Alarming questions over the scale – and sources – of organ transplants need to be answered.