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China's Christians See Mounting Persecution in Country's Effort to Disband Churches, Report Finds

March 9, 2013 by admin

Christians and human rights advocates are alarmed over an aggressive crackdown on house churches in China, where the faithful are forced to call their gatherings "patriotic" assemblies or sent to prison where they can face torture, according to a new report.

Opposition to Labor Camps Widens in China

March 9, 2013 by admin

BEIJING — It is hard to say exactly which “subversive” sentiments drew the police to Ren Jianyu, who posted them on his microblog last year, although “down with dictatorship” and “long live democracy” stand out.

The global marketing of products from the LAOGAI system

March 9, 2013 by admin

Forced labor is a scourge on humanity. The People's Republic of China (PRC) has perfected it, and operates under the name LAOGAI the largest storage system in the history of mankind.

Are Your Christmas Gifts Made in the Chinese Gulag?

March 9, 2013 by admin

What if Santa’s elves were actually Chinese prisoners?

Former Chinese Political Prisoner Harry Wu: U.S. Companies Too Cozy with Communist China

March 9, 2013 by admin

Communism in China brought mixed reactions for a young Harry Wu.

Uyghurs Pressed into Field Work

March 9, 2013 by admin

Authorities are forcing Uyghur farmers to provide free labor or face fines.

Harry Wu’s Speech Reported by Media and Inspiring Audience

March 9, 2013 by admin

On January 23, 2013, Harry Wu, Founder and Executive Director of the Laogai Research Foundation was invited to give the keynote speech at the Second Annual Lecture on Asian Democracy at University of Louisville.

China’s ‘Re-Education Through Labor’ System: A View From Within

March 9, 2013 by admin

(Originally published on Feb 5, 2013 on the TeaLeafNation by Minami Funakoshi)

In 1987, when Taiwanese President Chiang Ching-kuo finally lifted martial law after nearly forty years, Taiwan’s Government Information held its first Taipei International Book Exhibition.

Google Earth exposes North Korea's secret prison camps

February 3, 2013 by admin

(By Julian Ryall, Tokyo 10:19AM GMT 25 Jan 2013)
Human rights activists are turning to Google Earth to identify the vast network of prison camps that dot the North Korean countryside and hold as many as 200,000 people deemed hostile to the regime.

NEWS from the Laogai Museum

September 26, 2012 by admin

Our friends at the International Campaign for Tibet are sponsoring a discussion with Chinese writer Yu Jie. Please see below for more details, we hope you see you there!

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