International Voices Laud Tuidang, Look to a Free China

This article was first published on July, 23th, 2013 Angela Wang  |  Epoch Times WASHINGTON—A movement often called China’s path to freedom has caught the attention of many at a rally held on Capitol Hill on July 13. Called “Tuidang,” meaning “quit the party” in...

A Life Devoted to Truth Comes With Huge Risks in China

Irene Luo  |  Epoch Times Hundreds of thousands of Chinese risk their lives to tell others about communist persecution For months, Li Guiqin, a 58-year-old retired scientist now living in the United States, would crowd into the back of an eight-seat van and cruise the...

A Fighting Spirit for a Free China

Lori Harel | Tuidang Center This article was published first on June, 3rd 2015  Xiong Yan is passionate about his homeland China even though he is on its most-wanted list. A student leader, he was one of the pro-democracy protesters who flocked to Tiananmen Square in...

The man behind the vests

Lori Harel  |  Tuidang Center Published on 15th August 2015 Michael Chu formed a Flushing neighborhood-watch organization (FNW) in May 2010. As team leader, Chu wears a beige vest and leads 10 volunteers around the Queens Chinatown streets weeknights at 8 pm. They...