Laogai Musem – Living Testimony to the Chinese Gulag
Historical Source of the Laogai
LAOGAI – The Machinery of Repression in China
The Unknown Qincheng Prison
Life Inside China’s “Re-Education” Camps
Juvenile Laborers Confined in Dabao by XieYihui
China’s “Black jails’”could Evade New Criminal Law
Testimony from Laogai Survivors
Laogai: The Tragic History of China’s Secret Labor Camps
Wei Jingsheng Talks about His Experience of Laogai
LRF Documentary on Public Executions in China
Harvested alive -10 years investigation of Force Organ Harvesting
Jiang Zemin to mercilessly slaughter a large number of prisoners through the harvesting of their organs.
Chinese Government Illegally harvested and sold Prisoners’s Organs
Documentary Exposes Masanjia Women’s Labor Camp
Masanjia Labor Camp is a re-education through labor camp located in the Yuhong district near Shenyang, in the Liaoning of China. The facility is sometimes called the Ideology Education School of Liaoning Province.It was first established in 1956 under China’s re-education through labor, or laojiao policy, and was expanded in 1999 in order to detain and “re-educate” followers of the Falun Gong spiritual practice. In addition to performing forced labor, prisoners are allegedly tortured using electric batons, force-feeding, prolonged solitary confinement, and other forms of abuse. In 2013, a magazine expose on Masanjia was published—and then quickly removed—after China issued a directive prohibiting the publication and reporting of the story.
The CCP’s Prisons are the Darkest and the Most Brutal Prisons in the World
Tie Liu was labeled as a rightist in 1957 and experienced jail life. However,for generations, prisoners from generation to generation have witnessed that the darkness and brutality of Chinese prisons have not changed.
Slavery Thrives in Chinese Prisons
Secret Letter from Chinese Prison
China’s Internet Censorship Explained
Voice of America: How does China’s Great Wall of Fire spread across the globe?
Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo Discusses Freedom of Expression in Chinaduring his lifetime
Self-Censorship：How China limits freedom of expression
CCP’S POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS AFTER FOUNDING OF COMMUNIST CHINA
MAO’S GREAT FAMINE
THE MORNING SUN
“REVOLUTION” FROM LAOGAI PRISONERS IN THE CULTURAL REVOLUTION
The CCP has put the cloak of “remolding the mind and being a new man” for reform through labor, but in more than 70 years, which Laogai prisoner has been transformed into a person whom the CCP trusts? In the Cultural Revolution, the Laogai prisoners also had their own Cultural Revolution, that is, the majority of counter-revolutionary struggles and the minority of counter-revolutionaries. This was both a farce and a tragedy.