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CPPC publishes names of 100 Political Prisoners in China

CPPC a special organization publishing the status of political prisoners in China Mainland has released the names of 100 political prisoners in China Mainland, which comprises democratic activists, Tibet, Uygur and Mongolian conscience prisoners, Christians, Falun Gong practitioners etc.

Smuggled Toilet Paper Diary Discloses Brutal Torture in Chinese Detention Center

He Wenting, a young women held at the Fu Yong Detention Center, recorded secretly a “toilet paper diary”.
“Today, I was again force-fed twice. My hands are covered with bruises from the handcuffs. But I still shouted loudly: ‘Falun Dafa is good! Truthfulness, Compassion, and Forbearance are good!
She refused to sign a statement that she will stop practicing Falun Gong.

A protestant church was demolished by the regime in eastern China

The church demolition in Zhejiang Province may be but the first casualties in an all-out war against churches, and perhaps ultimately, all religious buildings in China..
‘They said the cross is too conspicuous, and it should be moved inside the church building and should shrink in size”, said Pastor Sheng.

No Relief for Loss of Only Children in China

Families in China that have lost their only child are now facing financial difficulties in their old days.
Those parents suffer not only from the pain of loss, but years of loneliness and lack of financial support and there is no assistance from the regime.

Parliamentarians Against Forced Organ Harvesting Forms In Asia

Parliamentarians Against Forced Organ Harvesting (PAFOH) in Asia branch was created, with 27 parliamentarians from Taiwan, Australia and Hong Kong.
Mei-Nu Yu, Taiwan legislator: “I believe this inhuman organ harvesting, and unknown organ sources ought to be prohibited and condemned. That’s what this international alliance, especially with many health professionals, ought to do.”

Disappeared Beijing Journalist 'Silenced' Ahead of Anniversary

Gao Yu, an independent journalist from Beijing and a two-time winner of the International Women’s Media Foundation “Courage in Journalism Award”, disappearance.
Gao wasn’t shown up at an event commemorating the 25th anniversary of the military crackdown on the 1989 student-led pro-democracy and had been out of contact since then

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