Friday, May 21, 2010

Amnesty Intl Urgent Action For Falun Gong Practitioner Jiang Feng Abducted In Shanghai

Shanghai 2010 Expo

Chinese Marxist Ma Ying-jeou, Jeopardizing Taiwan's Future

One Taiwan--One China, Protecting Democracy Activist opposes Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement (ECFA) between Taiwan and China

Pro-Democracy Supporters in Taiwan, protesting against Chinese Marxists Ma Ying-jeou and PRC Hu Jintao

Taiwan DPP Supporters protesting ECFA Trade pact between Taiwan and Marxist PRC

Tsai Ing-wen, Taiwan Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Leader and Former Premier Frank Hsieh, at anti-ECFA demonstration in Taipei

Hundreds of protesters gathered outside of Taiwan's Parliament on Thursday, led by DPP, calling for a referendum on the free trade agreement between Taiwan and China, which some argue would mostly benefit China

More here from New Tang Dynasty Television

Related: Ma Ying-jeou radicalism risks Taiwan's Free Choice
Via Taiwan News

Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehitinen, R-FL discusses ECFA Via YouTube

Taiwanese Demand Referendum on ECFA Via Taiwan Matters

Senior Obama Administration Adviser Anita Dunn, Praises Mao for having a major influence on her life Via Front Page Magazine

In 2008 while campaigning for President, Comrade Barack Obama reiterated his support for Marxism in Taiwan Via China Daily

Behind Closed Doors, U.S. & China Begin Dubious Human Rights Dialogue Via Epoch Times

Monday, May 17, 2010

China Stop Persecution of Human Rights Activists

Chinese Human Rights Activist Yang Jinali, speaks during a panel discussion on "Rising Powers & International Rights Compliance" in Geneva, Switzerland

On the 09 February, Chinese Human Rights Activist and Writer
Tan Zuoren
was sentenced to 5 years in prison on the charge of "inciting subversion of state power" his crime, Tan exposed corruption in Sichuan Province School Construction and reported the truth.

Following the catastrophic Sichuan Earthquake on the 12 May, 2008 Beijing admitted that shoddy construction of the building that collapsed were structurally unsound but then reversed themselves defending construction of collapsed buildings.

Sichuan Earthquake Parents Still Protesting Via Radio Free Asia

Related Posts: Detention of Hong Kong Journalist in China Via Scoop

China Human Rights Briefing Weekly 27 April-03 May Amnesty Intl

Friday, May 14, 2010

China Suspends Two Human Rights Attys For Life

China suspended Human Rights Attorneys Liu Wei and Tang Jitian,
for their representation of religious and political dissidents.

Tang Jitian said Chinese authorities "...have completely gone against the principles of the law and out of their need to take revenge against the profession, they have decided to punish us this way."

The lawyers say that they will appeal and use all legal means to expose the authorities illegal actions.

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Disbarred Attys File Criminal Complaint with the Beijing
Xicheng District Procuratorate

Is Talking to Beijing about Human Rights a Waste of Time?

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Sichuan Province Remembers Loved Ones

Remembering the victims of the catastrophic Sichuan Earthquake that struck at 2:28 pm two years ago today. May God have mercy.

Sichuan Province, Beichuan earthquake survivors walk along a rebuilt road today, mourning their relatives that were lost two years ago today. Family members may now register their missing loved one as deceased.

17,921 still missing two years following catastrophic earthquake.

Sichuan Earthquake survivors mourning today, burning Joss sticks as they remember their loved ones that perished two years ago in Beichuan County

Combined photos show a home in Sichuan Province First photo taken on 12 February, 2009 the second photo taken on 30 April, 2010 shows 66 year old He Zhaoyun and his Grandson Liu Mingchu in front of the new home. Nearly 1.5 Million Homes went up following the devastating 8.0 earthquake two years ago today.

A Reporter is taking a photos of a newly built village in Cuiyuehu Township, Dujiandyan City, Sichuan Province on Monday.

New homes in the final stage of construction are pictured in Hongkou Township, Dujiangyan City, Sichuan Province two years after the catastrophic 8.0 earthquake.

Farmers left devastated by the Wenchuan Earthquake in 2008 will be moving into their new homes by 30 September this year.

The homes in Sichuan's Dujiangyan City, 11 KM away from the epicenter of the earthquake (two years ago today) were built by the farmers with the same style and infrastructure facilities with the help of the government.

The surrounding of these homes could easily match some of the luxury villas in the suburban areas.

The money for building the houses came from the governments housing compensation, the compensation that farmers received from transferring their original home sites and their own savings.

More here in Chinese

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Saturday, May 8, 2010

Children Tied To Leashes While Parents Work

Children tied to a wall for up to 10 hours a day while their parents work in a brick factory in Zhejiang Province.

So sad, child leashed and uncared for while her parents go off to work. If you can't care adequately for a Chinese child, contact me
and I will find a good home for them.

Barefoot and forced to sit on a cold dirt floor while his Mother works, children are traumatized for life being treated like an animal.

Children on leashes tied to steel bars. What sort of decent parent could do this to a child?

Caring Mother looking in on her child imprisoned while she works? What sort of Mother could do this?

Little boy tied to a wall with a leash while ignored by his parents.
How can any good Mother know her son cries out and ignore him?

China, Haining, in the town of Dinqiao, some 125 km from Shanghai

More here Via Asia One News

China, Shanxi Province--Police Rescue Slaves from Brick Factory

H/T: PP.QQ.Com

Monday, May 3, 2010

Qinghai Earthquake Survivors Blessed By Others

A student writes his own personal wish on a long roll in the earthquake ravaged Qinghai Province.

A student draws the plans that he would like for new school in
Qinghai Province.

Students reading the words of Blessings from a Beijing Middle School in Yushu County, Qinghai Province----Xinhua News Photos

Via Yosihiko

"Why did the government put censorship on critical messages??? Government says to Chinese Media, only report good news and hero stories...Why do they have to censor critical voices unless they have something to hide. Until there is a free media in China we have to also read Hong Kong news and overseas news to understand the truth of what happened."

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Small Change, Big Changes Via China Daily