The Epoch Times
By Matthew Robinson, June 10, 2012
Recently, the man in charge of reforming China’s abusive organ transplantation system took part in two high-profile attempts to defend his record and reform efforts, but both attempts seemed to only make matters worse.
Huang Jiefu was the deputy minister of health of China, and is now the head of the Organ Transplantation Committee (OTC), a...
The Epoch Times
Launch event for ‘State Organs: Transplant Abuse in China’
By Joan Delaney, Epoch Times
Where exactly the organs used to supply China’s lucrative transplant industry are coming from is the thorny question tackled in “State Organs: Transplant Abuse in China.”
Edited by Winnipeg human rights lawyer David Matas and Dr. Torsten Trey, executive director of Doctors...
The New American
Written by Alex Newman, May 1, 2013
[Photo of MK Moshe Feiglin: AP Images]
[Note from FOFG editor: We missed this article when it was first published. We applaud the efforts detailed in this article]
JERUSALEM — Lawmakers in Israel led by Deputy Speaker of Knesset Moshe Feiglin (shown) and his freedom-oriented “Liberal Lobby” spoke out against barbaric human-rights...
By Martina Keller, Die ZEIT
March 13, 2013
[FOFG Editors's note: This is the translation of an article that appeared in the German periodical, Die ZEIT, which was posted on the website of Doctors's Against Forced Organ Harvesting.]
In China body organs are taken from executed prisoners, and for a fee, are then implanted in patients from the West.
When Beijing attorney Han Bing published his...
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...
This reporter won an award from the Society of Professional Journalists for a series of articles he wrote on China’s murky transplant system.
Matthew Robertson is a China specialist for the English edition of the Epoch Times Newspaper.
Being fluent in Mandarin, Robertson said, he was able to do more investigative research from Chinese websites. But even without a language...