(Jiangmen, Guangdong—June 16, 2017) Incarcerated Christians endured harsh interrogations in China’s southern Guangdong province this week, during which officials ordered them to confess that they had participated in an “evil cult,” a charge often levied against Christians for their church activities.
On June 12, authorities stalked Ruan Haonan, a member of Fengle Church who hosts Christian gatherings in his home, and dragged him to the police station. There, they questioned him and tried to force him to confess to participating in cult activities. When he refused, they officially detained him and transferred him to a detention center.
In addition, officials coerced him into signing a transcript of the interrogation on June 13…. read more
Today, we hear from an Open Doors fieldworker who is involved in women’s ministry towards trafficked, North Korean women who now live in China.
She says, “I want to tell you about lady H. Nobody cared about her life. She risked her life to cross the border river into China, because her family had been starving for a long time. One of her parents almost died. Lady H. was actually an honored party member. This wasn’t suppose to happen to her…
So she risked her life and didn’t care if she died. She had no hope for the future. When hiding and living in a small village nearby the mountain, she was helpless and lost without any one who could help her…. read more
(Wenzhou, Zhejiang—June 8, 2017) Disputes over government surveillance devices in house churches continue in China’s coastal Zhejiang as officials cut power and water supplies to several area churches and the homes of church leadership at the beginning of June.
Members of Tuanqian Village Church in Rui’an, a county-level city in Wenzhou, Zhejiang, spoke with reporters on June 4, saying that after their church refused to install government surveillance equipment, they lost power and water to several buildings associated with the church.
The leaders of the church believe they may need to relent and install the cameras.
“I heard that the church leaders are about to give up their resistance because the wires in the director’s factory were cut off,” an anonymous church member said. “The wires of the church leaders’ houses were damaged as well. [They have targeted] both the private residence and a factory. It’s too much pressure. They are about to give in.”… read more
According to Wikipedia Christianity is 2.53% in China out of 100%.
There have been many articles written about Apple’s iPhone slave labor camps in China over the years and at the bottom of today’s report I’ve listed a few in a random list. The BBC had announced on December 15, 2015 that they had created a documentary called “Apple’s Broken Promises.” You could review the full BBC documentary here. Below is just a snippet of that documentary.
Patently Apple wrote a damning report against the BBC report titled “The BBC Report About Apple is Motivated by Politics and Unions.” At the end of that report I listed a series of other reports that I had written on the matter to that date – all pro Apple… read more
TUCSON – A Sierra Vista woman says a note from a ‘Chinese prisoner’ ended up inside a purse at her local Walmart.
Laura Wallace’s mother-in-law purchased a purse from the store using a gift card she’d given her. She later found a tiny folded up note inside a zipper compartment.
The note was written in Chinese. Wallace had it translated.
“It actually stated that the person who wrote that was a prisoner in China,” she said. “Basically what their situation was and how they work long hours, 14 hours a day. And they don’t have a lot to eat.”… read more