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In Search of Tank Man

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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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 […]

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Faith, Family, Freedom

Years ago, I talked in a radio show about my life as a woman in China and my experience as a Chinese Christian. I felt sad and depressed, but my friends were happy for me because I was interviewed by John Hall and Kathy Emmons in their radio program on 101.5WORD-FM, Pittsburgh, PA. A lady […]

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Our Silence. Their Death. Never Forget.

Since 2014, I have written blogs to honor the young Chinese who sacrificed their lives to bring democracy to China. But the sad reality is that after 30 years, the Chines people don’t know the truth about the events on Tienanmen Square, and the Communist repression is increasing. After three decades, Tank Man is still […]

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The Last Straw that Keeps Hong Kongers Protesting

Three decades ago, the joint declaration between China and Great Britain over Hong Kong laid the blueprint over how the city would be ruled after its return to China in 1997. However, in 2017 the Chinese authorities openly claimed that the declaration was a historical document that no longer had any practical significance. Now, the […]

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Powerful 2 Minutes: A Hong Kong Singer Spoke out at the UN Human Rights Council

“The Vienna Declaration guarantees democracy and human rights, yet in Hong Kong today those are under serious attack. Last month, two million people walked in peaceful protest fighting an extradition bill that would remove the firewall protecting Hong Kong from interference of the Chinese government. Police shot rubber bullets and 152 gas bombs against unarmed […]

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Human Rights Violations in China Political Repression in China

In Search of Tank Man

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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30 Years After the Tiananmen Massacre: People of the Free World, Wake Up!

For the past five years, I have written blogs to honor the young Chinese who sacrificed their lives to bring democracy to China. But the sad reality is that after 30 years, the Chines people don’t know the truth about the events on Tienanmen Square, and the Communist repression is increasing. Beijing. June 3, 1989. […]

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Socialism with Chinese Characteristics Is a Disaster and a Disease

When I graduated from college, my parents had more concerns than pride. My mother worried that I would be a real “bachelor(ette).” She complained that my height was less than desirable and my skin was not silky. According to my mother, my “less-than-desirable” look was caused by the Great Famine during Mao’s time. When she […]

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WeChat or Control Chat?

“We use WeChat in China for everything; it is so convenient; we can send text messages, photos, and have video chat.” This was what my friend told me when I asked for his email address. “Email is outdated,” said my friend proudly over the phone on the other side of the world. Email is obsolete?! […]