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Tashi’s Story: 9 Minutes Interview with the New York Times; 15 Years in Prison

Tashi Wangchuk, a young Tibetan, was sitting in the train from his hometown to Beijing. His mind was still bogged down by the image of the children in his hometown, prevented from the right to learn to read and write in his own Tibetan language by the Communist regime. His journey started as a peaceful […]

Human Rights Violations in China

From Ruth’s Journey to Free China Blog

I started writing blogs in 2014, after watching the news about a Chinese pastor in Henan Province who was arrested. The pastor was persecuted by the local government because his church was growing too fast and attracting way too many believers. Later, he was sentenced to 12 years in prison for defending the property of […]