• Touching Diary from an Orphan

    Source: http://the7thside.com/life/touching-diary-orphan-807/

    orphan diary

    This is a screenshot from a Facebook page, showing a diary written by an orphan. From the handwriting the writer seems to be very young, probably in his/her early elementary school years. In the diary, titled “Losing”, the child writes about how although he/she is orphaned, he/she could still live in the orphanage and be taken care of, have enough food, and still go to school.

    “Don’t think negatively about everything,” the diary reads. “Also think on the bright side; this is very good for oneself and for others.”

    It is inspiring to see an unfortunately child being able to think so positively. Many adults ought to learn from him/her!

  • Bras Banned from Chinese Exams to Stop Cheating; Teacher: Moral Education Needed

    Source: http://the7thside.com/world/bras-banned-chinese-exams-stop-cheating-teacher-moral-education-needed-398/

    Cheating with electronics has become so rampant in China that this year, the Jilin (吉林) province has decided to scan students with metal detectors before allowing them into Gaokao (高考), the national university entrance exam.

    According to Xinhua News Agency, China’s official news agency, the security check is so strict that one would be kicked out for wearing a bra with metal buckles or pants with metal buttons.

    The Xinhua report describes a high school’s “rehearsal”, where the teachers scanned the students from head to feet to make sure they know what type of clothing to wear to prevent being caught.

    A high school teacher told Xinhua that back in 1993, when she first invigilated a Gaokao exam, there was almost no one cheating.

    “The reason students didn’t cheat then is because they adhered to the Chinese tradition of honesty. Therefore, we should attach more importance to traditional Chinese thought and moral education, and improve students’ honesty fundamentally.”

  • 看看世界上到底發生了什麼(轉載)


    上述各條全佔的國家只有一個。 。 。 。中國! [驚訝]








    【房租上漲房東將入獄】這是德國。 5月1日起,德國新租房法生效,要求3年內房租漲幅不超15%;超20%違法;超過50%,房東被認為賺取暴利,可入獄3年。如果中國借鑒此經驗管控房價,對房價年上漲10%的地方的主管官員免職,上漲20%判刑,上漲50%槍斃,估計比什麼方法都有效。要不,把北京作為試點先試試?



    養老金雙軌制被指最大不公:公務員6千,農民55元。 ” 同樣是人,一個被包養,一個是散養。養老金關乎人的壽命。少數人的命貴,國家包養到底;多數人的命賤,國家點到為止。是誰在分配養老金的使用?正是這一小部分人。他們老年幸福,是因為他們剝奪了其他更多人老年也要幸福的權力。


    【移民不移居,掏空中國】中國有近一半的千萬富豪已移民或在考慮移民,帶走了在國內賺取的大筆財富。轉換國籍,子女留在國外,富人回頭繼續在中國掙錢發財。他們大多有官府背景,靠政策紅利致富。評:世上最可悲的不是“賊去樓空”,而是樓已經空了,賊仍然不走! !


  • A Chinese Woman’s Greatest Wish: Helping End A Persecution

    A Chinese Woman’s Greatest Wish: Helping End A Persecution

    By Stephanie Lam
    The 7th Side

    Zhao Suhuan was sent to a brainwashing center and tortured in labor camps for her belief of Falun Gong. (Courtesy of Zhao Suhuan)

    Zhao Suhuan was sent to a brainwashing center and tortured in labor camps for her belief of Falun Gong. (Courtesy of Zhao Suhuan)

    “Thank you,” I told Zhao Suhuan (趙素環) after the interview, to which she replied, “no, I should be the one thanking you.” I fulfilled her greatest wish, she said.

    At the surface, it is hard to tell how much the 55-year-old has been through. Behind her eyes one can see an extraordinary calmness—one that is brought out from great compassion, one that helped her get through the ordeals she faced, and one that kept her from giving up her faith under indescribable pressure.

    Coming from Shenyang, Liaoning, Zhao used to own a business and earned a lot of money, but couldn’t enjoy her life, because she was seriously sick, having various illnesses including heart disease. She said she was a really bad person back then. She was constantly fighting with others over personal gain, and deceived many people in order to earn more money.

    In 1996, a friend introduced her to the traditional Chinese cultivation practice Falun Gong due to its renowned effect of curing diseases, and within half a month of practicing, all her illnesses disappeared, but there is more to that. Falun Gong is based on the principles of truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance, and its moral teachings changed Zhao completely. She no longer lied, and didn’t get money unjustly anymore. She started to care for others, and became the kind of person who “would rather lose [her] own interests” than hurt someone. She knew that what she obtained was not an ordinary practice, because it not only improved her physical health, but also her mind.

    Her story was just a drop in the sea. Falun Gong grew so popular that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) started to feel uneasy. The government administrated investigations on Falun Gong, and apart from the health benefits, the State Sports Administration found that in 1999, in China alone, there were at least 70 million people from all walks of life practicing and benefiting from Falun Gong—more than the number of CCP members. To the dictatorship regime, that is a threat, and it decided to suppress the practice.

    “It is precisely because [Falun Gong] is so good that the CCP persecutes it,” Zhao said.

    In the morning of July 20, 1999, Zhao went to her practice site as usual. Everything was the same, except that the coordinator of the practice site was not there. The previous night, Falun Gong coordinators all over the country were arrested.

    In light of the mass arrest, Zhao and her fellow practitioners went to the Liaoning Provincial to appeal. What awaited them there were policemen who forced them to get into trucks, which took them to the Liaoning Stadium. For the whole day they were not allowed to have food or water, and they weren’t released until 1am that night.

    The next day, they went to the Provincial again, still believing that the government would listen to them. There, Zhao witnessed many practitioners being beaten and arrested.

    “I lost my hope,” Zhao said. That afternoon, she left Liaoning, wanting to go to the Beijing Appeals Office.

    The train station was full of police, and the hotels in Beijing were forbidden to receive Falun Gong practitioners, so Zhao could only stay on the streets. Shorting after escaping from a police car, one of the practitioners that she met was arrested for going to the Appeals Office.

    In light of policemen gathering outside the Appeals Office and arresting people who went there, Zhao decided to go to Tiananmen Square. “We didn’t want to go there,” she said, “we wanted to appeal through regular means,” but they had no other choice. “If we go to the Appeals Office, we will be arrested and no one will know about it. If we go to Tiananmen Square, we will also be arrested, but the whole world will know about it.”

    Read the rest of the article here.

  • Abductions, Long Prison Sentences for Falun Gong ahead of Party Congress

    Abductions, Long Prison Sentences for Falun Gong ahead of Party Congress

    NEW YORK–Throughout China, citizens who practice Falun Gong have faced a new round of intensified persecution in recent months as the Communist Party prepares for its 18th Party Congress on November 8. Practitioners and human rights lawyers in China have reported increased abductions to brainwashing centers, torture, long prison terms, and greater pressure on those in detention to “transform.” 

    “Lately the persecution of Falun Gong has been quite severe,” remarked prominent lawyer Jiang Tianyong on Twitter in August. “There were several cases with more than 10 year sentences [handed down]. There were six defendants in one case in Harbin… 4 people [were slapped] with 14 years, 1 with 13 years, 1 with 11 years of sentencing. It’s truly crazy!”

    Jiang was almost certainly referring to the case of Ms. Tian Xiaoping, 51 and at least five others from Northeast China. Police abducted them in November 2011 while they visited the widow and daughter of a practitioner who had been tortured to death at nearby Jiamusi prison, a case that was the subject of a petition signed by thousands (news). They were given the above sentences over the summer after a sham trial.  

    Other similarly long sentences have been handed down for Falun Gong practitioners elsewhere in China, by judges under the influence of Communist Party committees. Also in July, judges in Tangshan sentenced two men–Mr. Zheng Xianxing and Mr. Bian Licao–to  10 and 12 years in prison, respectively, for  practicing Falun Gong and distributing DVDs of the Chinese performing arts show Shen Yun. Over 1,200 people rallied in support of Mr. Zheng, signing a petition calling for his release (more on petitions).

    Abduction to Brainwashing Centers

    In some cities, security forces have also been abducting local residents and taking them to makeshift detention centers for “re-education” earning them the label “brainwashing centers” by detainees. 

    The use of such centers has generally seen a revival since 2010, as part of a renewed three year campaign to “transform” Falun Gong practitioners (analysis). Nevertheless, police in some parts of China have told detainees or their families that the person was taken away to be held–sometimes for months–until after the 18th Party Congress.  

    One schoolteacher from Hebei Province, Ms. Lu Caixia, was abducted, had her home ransacked, and taken to such a center in July. Her family repeatedly sought to visit her and demanded her release, but she was told explicitly that she would be kept in detention until after the congress in November. 

    Among those abducted are also some who will not be returning home. Last month, a 65-year-old woman from southern China died  after just three weeks in custody at a brainwashing center in Hunan Province. Police abducted her from her home in September, announcing that she “had some learning to do” ahead of the 18th Communist Party Congress, according to sources in China.

    Intensified persecution inside prisons

    Meanwhile, details smuggled out from inside certain prison camps indicate that an intensified round of torture is being meted out within prison walls. In Jilin’s Gongzhuling prison and Heilongjiang’s Women’s Prison, for example, sources in China have relayed to the Chinese-language Minghui.org that practitioners who had refused to renounce their faith and be “transformed” were transferred to a special section for intensified abuse. According to the husband of Falun Gong practitioner Sun Fengjie, she was unrecognizably thin when he visited her on September 7. She said she was being deprived of sleep and forced to sit on a tiny stool 14 hours a day. 

    Essential Background

    In July of 1999, China’s autocratic Communist Party launched an unlawful campaign of arrests, violence, and propaganda against Chinese citizens practicing Falun Gong (or “Falun Dafa”) with the intent of “eradicating” the apolitical practice. Former Communist Party leader Jiang Zemin launched the persecution fearing the practice’s growing popularity among the Chinese people (70 to 100 million) was overshadowing his own legacy (article). Since then, the Falun Dafa Information Center, based in New York, has reported over 3,500 deaths from abuse and over 80,000 cases of torture. The United Nations, Amnesty International, Chinese human rights lawyers, and foreign media have also documented Falun Gong torture and deaths at the hands of Chinese officials (samples). Hundreds of thousands of Chinese who practice Falun Gong remain in captivity, rendering them the single largest group of prisoners of conscience in China (article). Falun Gong is a traditional Chinese spiritual discipline that is Buddhist in nature, but not part of the religion of Buddhism. It consists of slow-moving “qigong” exercises, meditation, and teachings for daily life centered on the tenets of truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance (about Falun Gong).


  • Killed for Organs: China’s Secret State Transplant Business

    It’s being called “abhorrent” and a “crime against humanity.” Allegations of forced organ harvesting in China started to surface in 2006. Since then, mounting evidence suggests these allegations are true—and even worse than originally suspected.

    Prisoners of conscience—especially Falun Gong—are being killed for their organs.

    Starting in 1999, the number of transplant centers in China increased by 300% in just 8 years, even though China has no effective national organ donation system. 1999 was the year the Chinese regime began persecuting adherents of the Falun Gong spiritual practice, sending hundreds of thousands to labor camps. Many of them were never seen again.

    Transplant medicine was developed to save lives. But in China, innocent people are being killed for their organs—so they can be sold for profit.

    Increasingly, doctors, congressmen, international politicians, human rights lawyers, journalists, and people around the world are raising awareness about forced organ harvesting.

    Share this video with your friends, family, and everyone you know.

    Go to http://tinyurl.com/DAFOH-petition to add your name to the list of people who want to stop forced organ harvesting in China.

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  • Han Deqiang and Patriotism

    Han Deqiang and Patriotism

    | October 15th, 2012


    Radical Maoist professor Han Deqiang has become the face of Diaoyu Islands extremists after he slapped an 80-year-old man at a protest in September. At a protest against Japan’s plan to nationalize the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands, an elderly man took offense with some of the protesters’ pro-Mao slogans, and Han, a professor at Beijing Aeronautical Institute, slapped him on the face twice and accused him of being an anti-Chinese traitor.

    The mainstream press, including Global Times, Xinhua, a number of CCTV commentators, and People’s Daily have condemned Han, but some radical leftists have rallied behind Han, with the leftwing website Multiple Text calling him a “national hero.” Han, who was a contributor to the Maoist website Utopia, has been criticized by some for his radical nationalism, including his having hosted a lecture titled, “Save China by resisting the US: start preparing for war.”

    Blog Weekly, which published an op-ed in September taking issue with the radicalism” target=_blank>radicalism of some Diaoyu protesters, published an op-ed on the Han incident arguing that Han is representative of the hardline nationalism on display from some of the protesters.

    Bao Limin’s op-ed, which originated in China Youth News on September 25, was republished in the October 5 edition of Blog Weekly. Here is it as it was published in the October 5 edition of Blog Weekly:

    Guard Against the Specter of “Traitor” Slogans

    At protests opposing Japan’s purchase of the Diaoyu Islands, Beijing Aeronautical Institute professor Han Deqiang thought one of his elderly comrades were selling out the country, so he slapped him on the face twice. Since then, he has forcefully proclaimed his just logic for hitting him: The old man was a traitor to China (“han jian”), so he was slapping some sense into him.

    As the Diaoyu controversy gets progressively more heated, there are some examples of speech that should cause concern. “Unpatriotic,” “selling the country out,” “traitor,” and similar slogans, are being used irresponsibly by some people whenever they want to attack those who disagree with them, regardless of whether the targets of abuse are or are not actually taking action to hurt the country.

    In the past few years, the language of internet debate has been turned into slogans, for example “brain-dead” (“nao can”), “50 Cent Party” (“wu mao dang,” a pro-government lackey), “Lead the Way Party [traitor]” (“dai lu dang,” a traitor who would help lead foreign armies into China). Included among these nasty words are “sellout thief” and “anti-Chinese traitor.” This kind of language doesn’t just vilify, belittle and unjustly attack people, moreover, it accuses them of wrongdoing, for no reason at all. With this logic, it is easy to for actions to evolve to the next step, and people can imagine that they are “acting as agents of heaven” (“ti tian xing dao,” a chengyu)–Han Deqiang thought the “sellout” old man deserved to be slapped. And on Weibo, some popular Weibo users have posted, “It doesn’t matter whether it is a female traitor or a male traitor, all traitors should be eliminated.”

    Of course, these expressing these “rallying cries” and actually putting them into action are fundamentally different things, but with this kind of thinking building, citizens must constantly be on guard, because similar logic and ideology has already cause our countrymen to pay a great price, and we can see in front of our eyes that this kind of poison continues to accumulate.

    Everyone is entitled to express their patriotism in different ways. You can aggressively oppose Japan, boycott Japanese goods, take to the streets and protest, and that is patriotism; those who don’t advocate for fighting Japan, those who oppose boycotting Japan, those who don’t protest on the streets, and even those who criticize the pro-Diaoyu protesters’ actions, are they “unpatriotic,” and “sellouts,” and “traitors”?

    “Patriotism” isn’t a word or concept that anyone can use to monopolize and dominate. People who don’t take part in the protests can still be patriots; those who help support the countrymen, even if they don’t support the actions of the anti-Japan movement, can still be patriots; even those who do not sacrifice anything, but who work hard and pay their taxes, they too can be patriots… … [ellipses in article]

    No one can stand on the high ground of “patriotism” and look down upon others, accusing them of being low down and “unpatriotic.” If it’s not black, it’s white. If it’s not this, it’s that. If he’s not a friend, he’s an enemy. This way of thinking not only uses “patriotism,” the two characters (“ai guo”), in the most narrow-minded sense, it furthermore uses the word to cause alienation among people.

    In recent days, in some places, there have been violent incidences involving smashed cars. That is simply taking this logic to it’s extreme end: If you drive a Japanese car or buy Japanese products, not only are you a “sellout” and a “traitor,” don’t you also deserve to have your possessions destroyed? But isn’t the point of patriotism is to make your country better? To make the citizens lives happier? In today’s global economy, to buy a foreign product, and then to see that product smashed, obviously isn’t a better, happier life. Protecting territory and national sovereignty is serving the country’s interests; protecting your fellow citizens’ rights is also serving the country’s sacred and irreproachable national interests.

    A few people issue “eliminate traitors” slogans, viewing it as a non-mainstream ideology, and believe that it can’t cause large scale harm to society, but behind the narrow-minded and extremist specter, we must constantly raise our guard and be vigilant and rethink these kind of words.


  • Diaoyu islands demonstrator severally injured Japanese car owner, caught by police

    Diaoyu islands demonstrator severally injured Japanese car owner, caught by police

    | October 5th, 2012

    From Netease:


    Cai, The suspect who severely injured a Japanese car owner at a anti-Japanese / Protecting Diaoyu island demonstration was caught in Henan Province on Oct 2. The case is currently under investigation. On September 15th, Xi’an residence Li Jianli drove his Japanese brand car and encountered the crowd of anti-Japan demonstration. His car was attacked and damaged by dozens of people and his head was struck 4 times by suspect with a U shaped steel lock, which cracked his skull.

    On October 2nd, the criminal team of Xi’an Police Bureau Lian Hu branch posted a micro blog announcing that the 9.15 demonstration case was cracked and the suspect who attacked Li was caught. The case is still under investigation. The journalist of Western Net then confirmed this news from the police bureau.

    According to the official news from the Police department of Henan Province, the suspect was confirmed to be the one who brutally attacked the owner of a Japanese car. The suspect is transferred to the Xi’an police.


    A screenshot of the micro blog: suspect in the rear seat

    News review: a Japanese car owner’s skull was struck four times

    September 15th, Li Jianli, who drove his Toyota Corolla was attacked by a crowd of people. His head was severely injured by a U-shaped steel lock. His skull was cracked and he was knocked unconscious . His wife was begging those people who were smashing their car, “It’s not easy for us to earn some money to buy a car. It’s our fault that we bought a Japanese car. We promise to never buy it again.”

    The journalist received a video yesterday about the attack. This video showed what had happened at the scene. Li held a brick trying to protect his car, and had conflicts with the activists. He was then hit severely four times in the head and just fell onto the ground.

    The 1 minute and 14 second long video was shot by a netizen. A the time it was very chaotic, the Corolla was under attack by a guy wearing a white t-shirt who held a U-shaped lock and smashing the front windshield of the car. The owner was wearing a black t-shirt. Trying to protect his car, he hit the suspect back with a brick.

    The suspect went back several steps and then rushed to Li, jumping and waving his lock, hitting Li in the head. The lock was hitting exactly in his skull, making a clear sound. Li fell down. The suspect then hit three more times until he was stopped by a young man nearby.

    Li’s wife ran from the other side of the car. Seeing his husband lying on the ground, she pressed against his wound and realized the severity. She turned around and called for help hysterically. Li’s body was paralyzed after a while, lying unconsciously on the ground. There are still sounds of smashing the car in the video.

    The crowed then gathered around Li. A young man in grey took his phone out and shouted: “let’s save this man first, we are all Chinese.” people nearby agreed: “save him first, call 110!”

    Some people then came and moved a van in front of Li. There was already a lot of blood on the ground. The video ended at this point.



    Li’s wife calling for help



    Because Li’s wife Wang was at the other side of the car, she did not see most of the attacking process. Moreover, Li has lost most of his linguistic capability, making it impossible for him to tell the story. The incident lasted only seconds, and no witness can be found. So this video was very precious for solving the crime, it comprehensively and exactly restore the scene for the police. Li was trying to protect his car, but almost lost his life for it.

    Now Li is still in the hospital to receive medical treatment. His condition has not improved yet. Miss Wang said his left leg can move, left hand can lift and grasp. But he can not move his right hand and hardly his right thigh..

    in regards to him protecting his car, law expert said that any citizen has the right and responsibility to do so. Morning of October 1st, the leaders in the Xi’an municipal government and police bureau went to the hospital to see Li Jianli and gave them 20,000 RMB for treatment. They promised to catch the suspect and put him under justice.

    The police have made the photos of the suspect who attacked Li Jianli along with 9 other activists who were involved in the incident public. They encouraged citizens to provide more clues and urged the suspects to turn themselves in for lenient punishment.


  • Argument over Diaoyu Islands causes fatal bar fight in Hainan

    Argument over Diaoyu Islands causes fatal bar fight in Hainan

    | October 17th, 2012


    A village committee member in Hainan is accused of committing homicide after an argument about the Diaoyu Islands ended in murder on September 27. When a discussion in a Wanning city bar got out of hand, a fight ensued and Wang Moucheng is accused of having used a beer bottle to kill Fu Mouming.

    The topic of controversy? Fu said that Japan would win if the two countries went to war over the Islands. According to media accounts, however, it was Fu who first began the violent altercation, hitting Wang with a beer bottle, and continued to pursue Wang as he tried to run away.

    The incident was first reported by People’s Daily Online on October 15. iFeng news features a long article about the whole case and how it was solved after Wang fled to the mountains. The excerpt on how the killing took place is below:

    The incident occurred just because of an argument over who would win a “China vs. Japan War Over Diaoyu Islands”?

    Suspect Wang Moucheng, nicknamed “Ya di.” Man, Li ethnicity, born on July 3, 1976, age 36, unmarried, a member of the Chengfeng village committee of Wanning city.

    On September 27 at 9 pm, Wang Moucheng rode a motorcycle with his village friend Ji Mouwen to a bar in Xinglong to drink. Around 11 pm, Ji Mouwen’s friend gave him a call inviting him to come over and drink together. Wang Moucheng and Ji Mouwen got on the bike and rode over to join his friend.

    At a crowded and exciting bar with music blaring, they found a table with 7 or 8 youths drinking and took a seat and start drinking. Shortly after sitting down, Wang Moucheng heard a nearby patron, Fu Mouming (nickname: Xiao Nong), discussing who would win if Japan and China went to war over the Diaoyu Islands. Fu Mouming was insisting that Japan would win. Wang Moucheng eagerly joined in argument, saying China would win, and the two men continued to argue nonstop.

    After arguing for just over a minute, the argument become more and more heated the more they argued. Fu Mouming angrily picked up an empty beer bottle and smashed it on Wang Moucheng’s face. Wang Moucheng fell down and blood was rushing from the left side of his face. At this time, a few of Fu Mouming’s friends prepared to hit Wang, but Wang picked up an empty beer bottle and ran away. Fu Mouming continued to chase Wang Moucheng. Wang say Fu chasing him and shattered the bottom of his beer bottle, then he attacked Fu with the remaining half of the bottle, hitting Fu’s abdomen and causing his intestines to spill out.

    Below are more excerpts from the full article:

    Hainan Youth Says, “If China Starts a War With Japan Over Diaoyu Islands, Japan Will Win,” Is Killed

    Byline: People’s Daily Online (Renmin Wang) Hainan Office, Oct. 15 (Reporter Ning Yuan, Correspondent Zeng Wang)

    On September 27, at a bar in Wanning City, Xinglong County, a homicide occurred. The suspect was on the run, hiding in the mountains, and a manhunt ensued.

    In order to quickly catch him, the Wanning public security bureau chief Zhang Zhaoteng, vice bureau chief Xie Guobiao, and criminal police units gave up their Mid Autumn Festival and National Festival vacations.

    They have traveled at double speed searching through the four cities of Wanning, Lingshui, Baoting, and Qiongdong, to surround and block off the mountain areas, making the whole province and all its ports inescapable. … Finally, after 15 days, the truth has been uncovered about what led to this terrible “2012.9.27” murder story.

    Murder occurs at bar, Police question perpetrator’s friends

    On September 27, after receiving numerous reports, the Hedong unit of the Wanning police hurried to the scene. Inside the bar, they saw a male youth laying on the floor with his intestines hanging out, unable to speak.

    They immediately protected the scene and took the victim to the nearby Xinglong Red Cross Hospital. On the morning of September 28, just past 1 am, the victim was in very serious condition and died while he was being moved to Wanning People’s Hospital. The police hurried to the scene and investigated, but a lot of eyewitnesses didn’t know who was the perpetrator. Shortly after, the police returned to the bar and found a cell phone and a motorcycle that the perpetrator left behind at the scene.

    In order to ascertain the perpetrator’s identity, the Wanning investigation unit went to the bar and used the cell phone left behind to call some contacts, pretending to be a bar employee and told them that their friend’s motorcycle was still there and that they should recover it.

    Later, the police descend on the vicinity of the bar. Not long after, two men arrived at the bar wanting to recover their friend’s motorcycle. The police restrained them and brought them to the station for questioning. According to the account of the men at the police station, the perpetrator was Wang Moucheng, a member of the Changfeng village committee.

    Suspect escapes into the mountains, Wanning police cut off exit routes

    Thus, the Wanning public security investigation unit established a “2012.9.27” special investigatory unit and divided the unit into 3 teams. At the same time, the case attracted Wanning municiple committee clerk Ding Shijiang’s attention. At the time, Ding Shijiang said: “I requested the public security office organize an elite team to investigate this case with all their resources, quickly eliminate the threat to society, and protect the harmony of the national holiday.”

    Wanning mayor Zhang Meiwen, the municiple committee deputy secretary, politics and law committee secretary Li Dongyu, also put out a statement saying, “We demand the public security bureau fights at all cost to bring this case to justice in a timely manner in order to keep society safe and stable.”

    The police changed their center of gravity to focus on the suspect’s family, and the family tried to convince him to turn himself in. … The suspect discovered the letters from his family in their own handwriting. His face was streaming with tears, but he had still not decided to turn himself in. One day passed after another, and finally, 15 days later, he agreed to turn himself in.


  • US Elections and Organ Harvesting (Video)

    US Elections and Organ Harvesting (Video) PDF Print E-mail
    Written by China Uncensored Staff   

    Human rights activists are urging the candidates for the US Presidential election to pay attention to the crimes against humanity being committed by the Chinese regime when considering the context of US-China relations.

    Tens of thousands of ‘prisoners of conscience’ in China have been victims of organ harvesting, much of the time while they were still alive. Chinese military hospitals operate the organized business of killing Falun Gong practitioners for their organs, a practice that began after the persecution of Falun Gong by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) more than a decade ago.

    Soon after a short documentary produced by New Tang Dynasty (NTD) Television was posted online, it was recirculated by Eamonn Fingleton, a former editor for Forbes and The Financial Times, and author of the book In the Jaws of the Dragon: America’s Fate in the Coming Era of Chinese Dominance.

    On Forbes’ website, he posted the video with the recommendation that it made for apropos viewing in the context of the presidential race, and questions over the United State’s policy toward communist China.

    “If this clip does not focus American attention on the ethical implications of China’s rise, nothing will,” Fingleton wrote.

    Activists have also delivered letters to President Obama and Governor Romney asking for their support for an international investigation into these atrocities.