Commentary & Interviews

04/26/2019 – Survivor of Persecution in China Warns About Regime’s Treatment of Uyghurs

Posted on Apr 26, 2019

source: Businessman Yu Ming in Washington on Feb. 19, 2019. He arrived in the United States to join his wife and daughter in Jan. 2019 through the help of the U.S. government, after being imprisoned for 12 years and tortured nearly to death in labor camps in China for his beliefs in Falun Gong. (Samira Bouaou/The Epoch Times) Survivor of Persecution in China Warns About Regime’s Treatment of Uyghurs BY JENNIFER ZENG April 26, 2019     WASHINGTON—A recent refugee from China has...

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12/03/2018 – Australian MP Michael Danby Introduced an Australian Magnitsky Act

Posted on Dec 3, 2018

source: Yibao reporter, Zhou Hong interviewed Dr. Yang Jianli on this issue. Australian MP Michael Danby who has long been concerned about China’s human rights issues, introduced an Australian version of the Magnitsky Act in the Australian House of Representatives today. The official name of the act MP Michael Danby introduced is International Human Rights and Corruption Bill 2018. In condemning the CCP’s poor human rights record and promoting China’s human rights...

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06/25/2018 – Leaders of Their Countries

Posted on Jun 25, 2018

source: By JAY NORDLINGER Fang Zheng (Oslo Freedom Forum) Fang Zheng was a sports star, a sprinter. He dreamed of bringing glory to his country, China, through international competition. He joined the Communist party while in college. He also joined the protests at Tiananmen Square. You could do that, in those days of Deng Xiaoping. Or you thought you could. As the protests reached their fatal climax, a female classmate asked Fang Zheng for his protection. When a tank raced toward them, he shoved her out of the way — but he...

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04/24/2018 – Red China and Red Notices: Yang Jianli’s Opening Remarks at XII International Journalism Festival

Posted on Apr 24, 2018

Opening Remarks at XII International Journalism Festival, April 14, Perugia, Italy Human rights in China under Xi Jinping is the worst since the Tiananmen crackdown. The situation for the Chinese human rights activists is drastically deteriorating since 2012 when Xi Jinping took power. Xi is convinced that the Chinese Communist Party is losing control over the Chinese people and the Chinese society, and particularly in the ideological front, despite numerous political campaigns to brainwash the Chinese people, particularly the young; Xi believes that the regime security is in a grave danger;...

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02/26/2018 – We don’t even know if this heroic Chinese lawyer is alive or dead

Posted on Feb 26, 2018

source:   By Yang JianliFebruary 26 A man films Li Wenzu, left, wife of imprisoned lawyer Wang Quanzhang, who holds a paper that reads “Release Liu Ermin,” as she and supporters and activists stage a protest outside the Tianjin No. 2 Intermediate People’s Court in Tianjin, China, in August 2016. Liu Ermin, a wife of one of the activists, was arrested in July 2016. (Gerry Shih/AP) Yang Jianli is founder and president of...

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02/12/2015 – Witness Project: Yang Jianli

Posted on Feb 15, 2015

source: Yang Jianli was a rising star in the Chinese Communist Party before witnessing the bloody Tiananmen Square massacre of 1989. Since then he has committed himself to seeing a free and democratic China. — Witness Project is an initiative of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC). See more at...

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