Gao Zhisheng Said to Be Free, but Doubts Linger

By Matthew Robertson   01/04/2010

A Chinese human rights lawyer, famous for standing up to the communist authorities, is said to be relaxing in a Buddhist mountain retreat rather than being in prison, as was previously thought.

Amnesty Urges China to Disclose Execution Figures

By Peter Sedik   01/04/2010

Amnesty International challenged China on March 29 to disclose the number of executions they carry out. The human rights group released its annual Death Sentences and Executions report, where they claim that the Chinese authorities executed “thousands” of people in 2009, more than the rest of the world combined.

Google Exits Censorship but Chinese Regime Exports It

 By Heng He  01/04/2010

Google moved its search service out of China rather than continue to collaborate in offering the Chinese people misleading, partial information. Most people following this story may not realize the extent to which most Chinese people outside of China are receiving partial, misleading information about China—and not just Chinese people.

U.S. House Passes H.RES.605

Conscience Foundation 17/03/2010

Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen's speech on China's persecution and organ harvesting of Falun Gong practitioners is a must see for anyone interested in human rights. Please click here.

Falun Gong Founder Receives Thousands of New Year Greetings

By Tan Hohua  09/03/2010

For the Chinese people, the Chinese New Year is the most important holiday in the year, and many mainland Chinese take this opportunity to send greetings to Falun Gong founder Mr. Li Hongzhi. The greetings express gratitude to Mr. Li for introducing Falun Gong to the public.

Three Gorges Construction Fund Under Scrutiny

From Sound Of Hope Radio Network 09/03/2010

A Chinese law school graduate recently sued China’s Ministry of Finance for denying his right, as a taxpayer, to information about the Three Gorges Construction Fund. This is the first time a taxpayer has challenged the Chinese regime.

Chinese University Lecturer Renounced the CCP

By Li Xin & Yu Liang 09/03/2010

According to information from the Global Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party, Mr. Wang, once a lecturer at a university in Guizhou Province, China, suffered reprisals and lost his post and his faculty subsidized housing for reporting the president’s corruption to the authority. After several years of Appeal to no avail, he was reduced to begging for his subsistence. He detests the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s corruption. In a recent phone conversation with the volunteers at Service Center, he publicly announced his withdrawal from the CCP and its affiliated organizations.

Hong Kong Citizens Rally to ‘Protect Shen Yun, Protect Hong Kong’

By Tan Hohua 07/02/2010

HONG KONG–Nearly a thousand people chanted “Protect Shen Yun, Protect Hong Kong” during a rally and parade at Edinburgh Place on Jan. 31. Participants included residents, artists, and current and former Hong Kong legislators who gathered to voice their concern that “one country, two systems” was called into question by events that caused the cancellation of Shen Yun performances in Hong Kong.

Public Campaign Mounts to Release Gao Zhisheng

By Matthew Robertson  07/02/2010

On the one year anniversary of the abduction of renowned Chinese human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng, a human rights NGO in the U.S. has started a very public campaign for his release.

Chinese Regime Criticizes Dalai Lama’s Visit to the U.S.


The Dalai Lama is set to arrive in the U.S. in two weeks. The Chinese regime has already spoken out in opposition to the visit, saying it could further threaten U.S.-China relations.

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