La Sra. Zhu Lijin, madre de 61 años de edad de Salina Wang, ciudadana neozelandesa, fue sentenciada sin juicio en Tianjin y se tema sea torturada
Mucha de nuestra información comienza desde cero, con testigos oculares en China o víctimas directas de los abusos. Esta es una red de cientos de miles de personas, incluyendo todos los practicantes y sus familiares, amigos, y cercanos. Gran cantidad de correos electrónicos, faxes, y llamadas telefónicas de ellos o de nuestros afiliados nos llegan todos los días...
Bee & Flower (Feng-hua) and Maxam (Mei-jia-jing) are both well known brand labels from Shanghai in China, and their products are sold in southeast Asia as well as all over China. Very few people however know that some of these products, such as the soaps, are processed in Tilanqiao Prison and other jails. The companies behind these prestigious labels are participating in the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners and other prisoners, which is in violation of international laws.
In democratic countries, forced labor camps like those in China are regarded as illegitimate facilities because people held there have not been through the judicial process. However, in the "unique" political system under the Chinese Communist Party, innocent people are arbitrarily deprived of their freedom and sent to "education through labor camps."
In her new book, A Year Without "Made in China", Sara Bongiorni describes her experience of how she and her family struggled to live a life without buying any products from China, including shoes, clothes, Christmas decorations, toys, electronics, a blender, furniture, etc. To avoid buying things "Made in China", literally everything became a struggle. The flood of cheap goods from China influences the daily lives of virtually all American people. Many products, though labeled "Made in America", are assembled from components made in China.
As the persecution of Falun Gong continues, the methods Jiang Zemin’s regime uses to attempt to eliminate the peaceful practice have become increasingly brutal and has claimed more and more lives.
On Thursday, January 9, 2003, four drunken police officers from Caidian District Police Substation came to Qunying Liu’s home and tried to take her to the police substation. Qunying refused to go because her 82-year old father needed a ride home from the hospital.
71-year-old Mr. Chan stands quietly by the side of a Myanmar road. He unfolds a little yellow banner that reads "Truthfulness-Compassion-Tolerance" as he patiently waits for Jiang Zemin’s motorcade to drive by.