Buddhists Struggle to Survive After Their Temples Are Closed

November 1, 2020   |   Referencing article published by bitterwinter.org
As numbers of closed and destroyed Buddhist venues continue to swell, nuns and monks driven away from them find it agonizingly hard to live in the secular world.
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Four independent UN human rights experts called on the Hong Kong government to abandon Beijing’s national security law, saying that the legislation is fundamentally incompatible with international norms. Read more on chinareviewed.co.uk


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The country’s manufacturers have been hit by power cuts and surging commodity costs in recent months. Read more on bbc.co.uk


Uygur man awaits Morocco ruling as China seeks extradition after Interpol snub

Case of Yidiresi Aishan, who lives in Turkey, has drawn ‘deep concern’ from UN human rights experts over his potential treatment if he is sent back to China. Read more on scmp.com


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Reporting on China’s poverty is forbidden: Foreign journalist attacked

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