Chinese Vice Minister of Health Dodges Questions on Organ Harvesting

By Yu-Xian Geng  22/01/10

TAIPEI, Taiwan—Chinese Vice Minister of Health, Huang Jiefu, visited Taiwan on Jan. 19 to attend the H1N1 Prevention Symposium in Taipei. While attending the symposium, he was confronted with questions related to the allegations of live organ harvesting of Falun Gong practitioners in China, but avoided answering them.

Swine Flu Report in China's Guangxi Province Only ‘Tip of the Iceberg’

By Wu Jiaqi & Yu Liang  17/01/10

The H1N1 pandemic-related death toll reported in China's Guangxi Province is the “tip of the iceberg,” according to a staff member at the Department of Health. The Department of Health in Guangxi Province put the total death toll at 12 for the province’s 14 cities as of Jan. 3.

Slashed Tire Posed Threat to Chinese Performers in Ottawa

Police said to be probing hate crime in attack on Shen Yun tour bus

By Jason Loftus 17/01/10

A bus driver for the Shen Yun performing arts company discovered slashes on a front tire that could have led to a serious accident, he said Saturday from Montreal. The company had just performed the first of four shows before a full house at Wilfrid-Pelletier Hall in Place des Arts.

Google's Decision Both Humane and Good Business Sense

By Suman Srinivasan  17/01/10

NEW YORK—Google caused seismic waves in the Internet and business world on Jan. 12 by announcing that it was "no longer willing to continue censoring our results on"

Children traded in just half an hour in China

From Secret China  08/01/10

Stealing, transporting and selling children within an hour in Dongguan county, Guangdong province.

Edward McMillan-Scott: We need new powers to rein in China

The execution of Akmal Shaikh is Europe's cue to stand up to an abusive one-party state and forget trade

The Independent / 3 January 2010

he new year must see an end to ruthless regimes using human pawns in international relations. After the barbaric execution of Akmal Shaikh, the first execution of a European by China since 1951, the EU's new role in foreign relations, which begins this week, must be shaped by a commitment to its values.

Forbidden Stories of 2009 in China

From epoch times 08/01/10

The rapidly emerging and formidable force of Chinese netizens

The Chinese regime has imposed the toughest internet censorship in the sensitive year of 2009 which marked the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre, 10th anniversary of the persecution against Falun Dafa, and the 60th anniversary of communist rule in China.

Lawyer Carlos Iglesias (second from right) and democracy activist Wei Jingsheng (center) with Falun Gong victims of persecution after testifying in Madrid.

China has the largest population of Internet users in the world, with over 300 million users in 2009. Despite the tough internet censorship, netizens have become a great force to advocate human rights and monitor government officials. They have successfully put pressure on the regime to convict a malfeasant official who was responsible for the mysterious death of Li Qiaoming in a detention center in Yunnan Province; set rape case waitress Deng Yujiao free; and to sentence a corrupt government official, Zhou Jiugeng, to 11 years in prison on charge of taking bribes. They have also exposed some regime officials for spending public money to travel to Las Vegas.

E.U. Open Hearing on Human Rights in China

From NTDTV 07/12/09

They discussed religious freedom, minority rights and political prisoners in China, among other issues. The E.U. Parliament Subcommittee on Human Rights held a hearing in Brussels on Tuesday.

In China, Harper Wins Carrot Despite the Stick

Analysis: Extraordinary contrasts show Canadian PM has Chinese leaders' attention

By Jason Loftus 07/12/09

Extraordinary extremes have marked Prime Minister Stephen Harper's first China trip. Within two days of touching down, Harper scored a deal to open China's borders to Canadian pork, and then a huge pact to allow China's visitors easy approval to come to Canada, something Canadian governments have been trying fruitlessly to secure for years.

Spanish Judge Calls Top Chinese Officials to Account for Genocide

By Charlotte Cuthbertson 07/12/09

In a groundbreaking case, following a two-year investigation, a Spanish judge has accepted charges of genocide and torture in a case filed against five high-ranking CCP officials for their role in the persecution of Falun Gong.



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