A year in review



Saturday, December 29, 2018

ChinaAid

(Midland, Texas—Dec. 29, 2018) As one of the most harrowing years for religious freedom and human rights abuses in China comes to a close, ChinaAid is reflecting on the achievements we have accomplished and looking to our objectives for next year.

In 2018, we rescued several families from the persecution they were experiencing in China, conducted a campaign to free North Carolina Pastor John Cao from a Chinese prison, delivered testimonies in front of prominent officials and government bodies, hosted a memorial service for the late Chinese human rights lawyer Li Baiguang, exposed hundreds of abuse cases online in both Chinese and English, and analyzed China’s treatment of religious adherents in our Chinese Law and Religion Monitor (available to read here).

Unfortunately, China’s violation of human rights and religious freedom show no indication of stopping or decreasing in 2019. As such, ChinaAid vows to continue exposing the abuses, encouraging the abused, and equipping the vulnerable with what they need to effectively defend their rights. To support our efforts throughout 2019, please click here.


ChinaAid Media Team
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