Falun Dafa practitioners are shown in Masanjia labour camp watching a video meant to “re-educate” them during a propaganda tour arranged by the camp authorities on May 22, 2001. One of the tortures used on the practitioners involves handcuffing them awkwardly between bunk beds, and then yanking the beds apart, causing excruciating pain. (AP Photo/John Leicester)
Asia

Horrors of Chinese Torture Methods

Editor’s note: The Epoch Times is publishing a number of articles exposing the use of torture by the Chinese regime against the groups it targets, and the suffering and harm it causes to those subjected to […]

A sculpture of Monk Tang (also known as Tang Xuanzang in the Chinese novel "Journey to the West") wearing a "green coat" made up of green plants at Dayanta in Xi'an, Shaanxi Province of China on July 15, 2014. (VCG/VCG via Getty Images)
Asia

Has China Lost Her Soul?

Amidst the New Year’s celebrations around the world, China’s National Space Administration (CNSA) achieved a historic lunar milestone on Jan. 3, 2019, by landing a probe on the dark side of the moon, that is, […]