Friday, October 29, 2010

Chinese Woman Xiao Aiyang, Given Forced Abortion During 8th Month of Pregnancy

Xiao Aiyang's second baby was born dead after a poisonous injection, "Oh my baby, I am so sorry, you left us even before you could see the light," the Mother wailed after getting out of the operating room--a low level Chinese Communist Party (CCP) bureaucrat in the family planing office, carried out the regime's "One Child Policy" destroying the life of a baby during Xiao's 8th month of pregnancy.

Luo Yanquan, rails against the CCP for killing his wife's child, "My wife was 8 months pregnant but because it was our second child, she was kidnapped from our home by the Neighborhood Office on the 10 October," Luo said during an interview here
with The Epoch Times

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

China Human Rights Lawyer Gao Zhisheng Daughter Seeking Help From Obama

The 17 year old daughter of Chinese Human Rights Lawyer Gao Zhisheng, is seeking help from President Obama, to urge China President Hu Jintao for information about her father's whereabouts, when the pair meet next month in Seoul, South Korea

On the 04 May, I wrote here that Gao was kidnapped by Chinese authorities, reportedly taken to Beijing and hasn't been heard from since.

More here from Yahoo News

Saturday, October 23, 2010

China Ranked as One of the Worst Violators of Press Freedom

China's amended law on Guardian State Secrets took affect on 10 October, which is part of a broader effort to intensify government control of information flow and to sidestep technological advances. What exactly defines "state secrets" remains vague.

Related: Liu Xiao-Bo Spouse Under House Arrest Following Jail Visit

Friday, October 22, 2010

China Mental Health Care Institutions Detaining People Not Mentally Ill

Two Chinese public welfare organizations--Mental Illness & Social Watch and Shenzhen based Equity & Justice Initiative, published a report "Legal Analysis of China's Mental Health Care System."

The report says that China's Mental Health Care system has huge flaws and the situation is quite chaotic, it not only threatens public safety but also places anyone at risk of being admitted to mental hospitals, treating those who don't need treatment and backward laws allow people to commit their healthy relatives to mental institutions often after property disputes.

More here from The Epoch Times

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Chinese Police Stop Hong Kong Investors from Visiting Shanghai World Expo

Shanghai Expo Stifles Media Critics---Chinese authorities denied accreditation to Apple Daily and raided the home of a well known government critic, moves that threaten a repeat of the human rights abuses that tarnished Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.

Authorities in Shanghai refused to respond to Apple Daily's multiple applications for media accreditation to cover the Expo which opened on 01 May and running until the end of October.

The refusal symbolized "a retreat of press freedom because Apple Daily, did get a permit to cover Beijing 2008 Olympic Games," Hong Kong Journalists Association Chairperson Mak Ying-ting told Human Rights Watch.

More here from The Epoch Times

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Chinese Police Harass Human Rights Advocates

Chinese Dissidents Proclaim Communist Rule in China "An Arrow at the End of its Flight" --The Epoch Times

Related Post: New Property Acquisition Law Triggers Fears in China

China Next 5 Years To Deepen Good Governance

Poor child beggars are just money making tools for their owners

Six year old Yu Jinzhen from Leibo County carrying water

Chinese Boy Scavenging in a Garbage Dump

One can only hope that the next five year reform plan is much more successful than previous reforms.

Related: Fourteen Year Old Girl Dies From Malnutrition --New Dynasty

H/T: The Pain of Surviving: Life at the Bottom of the Society --China Hush

Monday, October 18, 2010

More Forced Evictions Ahead of Asian Games in China, Guangzhou

Victims of forced evictions in Beijing, Shanghai and other areas of China, expressed their grievance on World Habitat Day by attending protests walks and spoke about their experience of forced government evictions and demolitions.

Beijing Tiananmen Square was crowded with people furing the week long Chinese National Day holiday but some came instead to observe World Habitat Day designated by the United Nations for the first Monday in October

Former Beijing Human Rights Atty Ni Yulan, told Voice of America that she and many other people went to Tiananmen Square to stage a protest walk, which was closely monitored by the Police.

The purpose of our walk was to protest the illegal confiscation of and demolition of private property---As ordinary Chinese citizens, all we are asking for is shelter so that we may live a normal, simple and undisturbed life said Ni, who had been forced to vacate her home, during the lead up of Beijing 2008 Summer Olympic Games.

More here from The Epoch Times

Sunday, October 17, 2010

China Censors Retired CCP Officials Call For Freedom Of Speech & Press

Twenty Three former Chinese Communist Party (CCP) are calling on the ruling regime to allow freedom of speech and press in the country but as soon as their letter was published, it was removed from Chinese websites.

The group of retired CCP elders, including the former publisher of the state run Peoples Daily, sent the open letter last week to Beijing---the letter urged the National Peoples Congress to uphold the Constitution and abolish censorship.

More here from New Tang Dynasty

Related Post: China's Arrest, Censorship & Propaganda in Reaction to Liu Xiao-Bo Nobel Peace Prize Award ---Status of Chinese People

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Taiwan Celebrates Its 99th Anniversary

On Sunday Taiwan celebrated the 99th Anniversary of its founding.

KMT President Ma Ying-jeou, gave his national day address, urging China to remove missiles pointing at the island and reaffirming his commitment of improving ties with his Marxist Comrades in Beijing.

Ma Ying-jeou, attempted to reassure the nation that despite closer cooperation with the Chinese Communist Party, his administration is taking careful measure to guarantee Taiwan's continued independence.

On the 12 April, I wrote here President Obama bows to his China Marxist counterpart and reiterates his support for totalitarianism for U.S. ally Taiwan

Beijing has regarded Taiwan as a "renegade province" since the end of the civil war in 1949

More here from New Tang Dynasty

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Chinese Dissident Liu Xiao Bo Awarded Nobel Peace Prize

Chinese dissident Liu Xiao Bo has been awarded the Noble Peace Prize. Liu is currently serving an 11 year prison sentence in China and is the first Chinese national to win that prize.

Last Christmas, Liu was sentenced for "inciting subversion of the state" after he helped launch Charter 08 a 2008 manifesto calling for democratic reform of the one party state.

On the 23 April, I wrote a post here "Help to Free Liu Xiao Bo"

More here from New Tang Dynasty

Friday, October 8, 2010

Chinese Parents Search For Missing Children

An often overlooked group among the swelling ranks of the Chinese Communist Party least wanted and the nations most disenfranchised are the parents of missing children.

Groups of parents took to the streets of Beijing with a long banner displaying photos of their missing children. On the 29 September, The Epoch Times interviewed several of them. "Nowadays there are only one child in every household. Losing a child is like the end of the world," said one parent. "We show these photos in Beijing to raise awareness so this will not happen to other families."

Continue reading here Parents Lose Children and the Right to Look for Them

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Chinese Children Receive New Shoes

Liutong Village School children display their new shoes

New shoes for Preschool Children

A donation of new shoes for children at Xiuwen County, Guiyang, was made by Dadili---Chen Ye & Dr. Kong Foot Care Ltd Hong Kong for school children in the mountainous villages in China, Guizhou Province.

A total of 405 pairs of shoes were distributed to children, 203 pairs of shoes went to Liu Tong Village School & Da She Central School in Xiuwen County---202 pairs of shoes went to Liu Chang Village School & Lu Wo Village Central School in Xifeng County

"Shoes have a price but love doesn't" said the children in Xiuwen and Xifeng counties, expressing their heartfelt thankfulness for the kind donation of shoes. With winter coming, these shoes will help these children to stay warm and dry.

These very generous donations were initiated by the Commission of Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and Overseas Chinese & External Affairs and facilitated by Grace Charity Foundation organized in 1994 by a group of volunteers who participated in helping following a devastating flood in Southern China---Upon discovering the poor living conditions in the surrounding area, the volunteers established a school in Guangxi Province, in order to raise residents living standards.

Over 10 years from 1994 to 2004 thanks to the generous support of individuals, organizations and volunteers, almost 400 schools were established in remote areas of Guangxi, Yunnan, Jiangxi, Shannxi and Guizhou Provinces.

Starting in 1997 focus has turned to Guizhou, China's poorest province, helping to establish schools and subsidizing financially struggling students.

More here in English from Grace Charity Foundation Ltd

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Anti-China Demonstrations In Japan

Americans are not hearing much about the anti-China protesters gathered in Tokyo on Saturday to demonstrate against what Japan has seen as China's overly aggressive response to the collision between a Chinese Captain's ship and Japanese Coast Guard in the disputed Senkaku/Diaoyu Island area on the 07 September---approximately 2,700 people joined the protests in Tokyo.

More here from Shanghaiist

Related Posts:
Chinese forwarding photos of anti-China protests in Japan

Is Chinese Communist Party Afraid of its Own Citizens? --Foreign Policy

Guangzhou Expels Cantonese Activists --Radio Free Asia

Friday, October 1, 2010

Chinese Dissident Liu Xiao Bo Possible Candidate For Nobel Peace Prize

On the 07 January, I wrote here that Chinese authorities oppress Liu Xiao Bo