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

Sweden Should Press China to Release Swedish Book Publisher

This week marks the sixth anniversary since Chinese authorities abducted Gui Minhai, a Swedish book publisher, from his home in Thailand in 2015. Read more on


Horror at Home: China’s Domestic Violence Crisis

101 East investigates how a quarter of women across China suffer domestic violence. Read more on

UN experts urge review of Hong Kong security law; say arrests ‘incompatible’ with human rights and int’l law

Four United Nations international rights experts have urged the Hong Kong authorities to launch an independent review of the Beijing-imposed national security law, saying it is “incompatible&… Read more on

This week

National Republican Coalition Passes Resolution Against Forced Organ Harvesting – Vision Times

The National Federation of Republican Assemblies (NFRA), a political organization dedicated to promoting conservative principles and candidates in the Republican Party, passed a resolution calling for an end to the Chinese Communist Party’s religious persecution Read more on

Beijing Jailed at Least 100 Falun Gong Practitioners in September: Report

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) sentenced at least 100 Falun Gong adherents to prison in September, according to … Read more on

IOC’s Coates rules out pressuring China over human rights

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will not pressure 2022 Winter Olympics hosts China over its human rights record because it is not in the governing body’s remit to dictate to sovereign countries, IOC Vice-President John Coates said on Wednesday. Read more on

Three-Self Church and Communist Party, “One Heart and One Mind”

The National Day offered to the government-controlled Protestant Church the opportunity to call Christians to unconditionally obey the CCP. Read more on

National Republican Assembly Passes Resolution to End Organ Harvesting of Prisoners in China

The National Federation of Republican Assemblies (NFRA) passed a resolution on Oct. 9 urging state officials and Congress … Read more on

The Tiananmen Massacre statue and the purging of Hong Kong

Hong Kong University is “signalling that it will sacrifice its century-old tradition of academic freedom and critical inquiry in the interests of self-preservation,” writes Louisa Lim. Read more on

The Observer view on Xi Jinping’s increasing threats to Taiwan

China’s Communist Party Formally Embraces Assimilationist Approach to Ethnic Minorities Read more on

US companies should declare human rights practises in China says Sen. Rubio

A Republican from Florida urged a federal anti-market manipulation agency to crack down on enterprises that fail to declare their civil rights compliance on Oct. 7. Read more on

Uyghurs tortured and beaten to death in re-education camps in Xinjiang, former Chinese police officer reveals

A Chinese whistleblower exposes the brutal tactics used by police and guards at re-education centres in Xinjiang, saying “it’s normal that some people die”. Read more on

Last week

China Fails to Address UN Questions on Forced Organ Harvesting, Rights Groups Say

The International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse in China (ETAC) and two other U.S. rights groups have criticized China for its “inadequate and misleading” responses over credible allegations of the state-sanctioned practice of forced organ harvesting. Read more on

United Nations: China Denies Allegations Of Organ Harvesting

In September 2021, the United Nations published an official response it received from the Chinese Government concerning the issue of organ harvesting. Read more on