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Human Rights Violations in China

Birth Control Policies of the Chinese Communist Party: The Worst Case of Human Rights Abuse

My parents were born before the Communist Party took over in China. They both came from big families – my mother had three brothers and three sisters, and my father, one brother and four sisters. For my parents’ generation, it was common for a family to have five to seven children. At that time, China […]

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How Marxism Brewed an Evil Centennial Regime in China

This year marks a dark milestone in human history – the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) celebrates its 100th birthday. On July 1st, 1921, the CCP was founded in China, using Marxism as its underpinning. How did Marxism brew a hundred-year evil regime in China? This should be a big research question, but I want to […]

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Never Forget – June 4th 1989

I graduated from Peking University in 1989. Just a few years ago, when I arrived in the U.S., a friend of mine asked me about Tank Man. “Tank Man?” – I shook my head; he could have as well be talking about E.T. “Tank who? What are you talking about?” I asked with a perplexed […]

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Mao’s Red-Book Campaign Was Cruel, NOT Cool!

Recently, some young Americans have praised Mao’s Red-Book Campaign like something cool. As a Chinese national who has first-hand life experience during the Mao’s Communist regime, I feel compelled to tell the true story. Mao’s Red Book campaign was filled with blood and oppression. It was a cult, not cool but cruel. I was born […]

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If We Lose Freedom, We Lose Everything! – Jimmy Lai and His HongKongers

“If we lose freedom, we lose everything!” so told the CBS correspondent on 60 Minutes, in 2019, Jimmy Lai, an icon of the Hong Kong people, or HongKongers who love freedom and would sacrifice themselves for the freedom of their children and grandchildren.   Who is Jimmy Lai? At 71, Jimmy Lai is the embodiment […]

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Dead and Jailed Chinese Whistleblowers of COVID-19: “Wish to have a Little Breakthrough” in 2021

“The year 2020 in China started with the death of Mr. Li Wenliang, a medical doctor, and ended with jailed Ms. Zhang Zhan, an independent investigative journalist. The Chinese Communist Party has been busy covering up the truth about the coronavirus for the whole year. Without the coverup, the regime would die.” Mr. Wang Dan, […]

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Uncle Liu’s death: Not from coronavirus, but from the evil Communist regime

“Better to have good neighbors than relatives living far away.” This Chinese proverb tells the story of Uncle Liu, who had been our neighbor since I was about five years old. Uncle Liu and my father had been colleagues since the 1970s; they both retired in the 1990s. He was quiet but funny; he was […]

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“Healthcare for all”: The Covid-19 Crisis in China Exposes the Fallacy

“Healthcare for all” has become a buzz phrase in the United States. It is an idealistic goal for a growing number of Americans, but in communist China, where the government claims it is the norm, “healthcare for all” is a mirage: a miserable failure. I grew up in China, where the Communist Party rules the […]

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“Thy will be done” – Advice for Chinese Leaders who have ordered to rewrite the Bible

In China, Moses delivers only nine commandments. Ironic? Perhaps, this was the worst news in the 2019 world of Christianity. The Chinese Communist regime erased the first commandment – “Thou shalt have no other gods before me,” and forced Christians to put the Communist Party above God as the nation’s Savior. In some Catholic churches, […]

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When Freedom Loses, We All Lose

Human Rights Lawyers in China Being Treated as Criminal In China, there is a popular idiom that loosely translates as “black and white are reversed”; it means that facts are twisted and distorted to the point that black is white and vice versa. For years, the Chinese government has accused some brave lawyers of inciting […]