By Radio Free Asia
May 6, 2013
[Photo caption: A file photo of inmates at a women's labor camp in Zhengzhou, Henan province. (EyePress News)]
Liu Hua spent three years at the Masanjia Women’s re-education through labor facility outside the northeastern Chinese city of Shenyang for lodging persistent complaints against the government. In a recent documentary directed by Du Bin and...
Thousands of signatories condemn policy of persecution
By the Falun Dafa Information Center
29 Apr 2013
[Photo caption: 1,300 signatures calling for release of Li Lankui, Hebei Province]
NEW YORK—Five new petitions for individual Falun Gong practitioners—some with over 10,000 signatures—have been reported over the past two months, continuing a growing trend across China.
While some of the...
7:30 ABC News Australia
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Reporter: Adam Harvey
An Australian university is under fire for honouring a Chinese professor linked to China’s controversial organ transplant program.
LEIGH SALES, PRESENTER: Every year in China thousands of prisoners are executed and their deaths provide kidneys, lungs and livers for the...
By Connor Mulvaney, April 9, 2013
Point Park News Service
[Photo caption: Chunying Wang still suffers from injuries she endured while in a Chinese labor camp where prisoners are often tortured and robbed of their organs. Her hands are permanently swollen and scarred from torture.]
Prison guards horrified Chunying Wang when they forced her to have her blood tested in a Chinese labor camp...
The Epoch Times
By Matthew Robertson, Epoch Times
Originally he’d only planned to speak for five minutes, about the recently-concluded Boao economic forum. But as he began recalling the details of torture recently revealed in a Chinese magazine article, well-known television host Cao Baoyin went on for over 20.
“Curse the Boao forum!” Cao said at the beginning of the video, using an actual...
By Li Zhen & Liang Lusi, April 2, 2013
The Epoch Times
[Photo caption: Underground members of the Chinese Communist Party in Hong Kong periodically visit the People’s Republic of China Liasion Office to join Party meetings and submit their Party dues. (Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)]
When Li Sheng wanted to get a promotion at his company—a Chinese state-owned enterprise operating in...