Chinese Uyghurs who have gone abroad to escape persecution at home are subject to being tracked down and harassed by Chinese intelligence agents while overseas. Furthermore, relatives of Uyghurs who are in exile in the United States and Canada have been jailed back in Xinjiang.
In what may be one of the most Orwellian schemes ever concocted by the dictatorship, all 1.3 billion victims of Communist China's mass-murdering regime will soon be given a “score” apparently measuring, among other attributes, their level of loyalty to the nation's brutal overlords. The score will also showcase how “good” each “citizen” is so everyone can be punished or rewarded accordingly.
As Christmas approaches, Christians in China are still suffering persecution and harassment, as they have since 1949, when the communists gained control of all of China.
The nation of Brunei is again banning the celebration of Christmas, as its sultan has reissued an edict first put into effect last year that prohibits any public display of Christmas decorations and even the wearing of Santa hats.