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24 th October…things are happening so fast on the ground in Hong kong that I have a hard time keeping up with all the materials, so I thought I will … Continue reading
I am Zeng Jinyan, I arrived in Hong Kong from Beijing in the early hours of this morning. I am relaying the following requests from Liu Xia.
China Human Rights: Open letter to Hong kong from Tiananmen “Most Wanted” Protestor: Wu Erkai Xi 吾爾開希
After the Tiananmen massacre, Hong Kong’s “Operation Yellowbird” rescued many pro-democracy activists – including myself – making it possible for the pro-democracy movement to survive overseas, and I will always be indebted to Hong Kong for that. Wu’er Kaixi
May I say as a Hong kong Chinese with 5 generations of families in Hong kong and being a part of Hong kong since its early development, I would like to express that I am extremely disappointed in hearing what this clearly intelligent, articulate but working class, hard working Parent had to say about her treatment at the hands of one of Po Leung Kuk’s schools, funded by the Community Chest and many of Hong Kong’s current member of the Hong Kong Jockey Clubs as well as the generations of support many Hong kong Movie stars and Entertainers had provided to the foundation.
Translation Updated DAILY: Justice for Li Wang yang! RIP!! 中共6.4血債未償，6月6日又再殺人! G20, Is this the Chinese CommunistGovernment you want to do business with?
Li Wangyang was found dead, hung in hospital under very suspicious circumstances. Pictures showed that his feet was touching the ground, so how did he voluntarily “hang himself” given the forensic expert’s opinion finding evidence to the contrary? Many chinese activists are outraged and consider this a Retaliation by Communist Chinese Government for the success of 180,000 strong pro-democracy Tiananmen Memorial Candlight vigil in Victoria Park in hong kong on the 4th June 2012.
The 50 Cent Party are Internet commentators (网络评论员, 網絡評論員, wǎngluò pínglùn yuán) hired by the government of the People’s Republic of China (both local and central) or the Communist Party to post comments favorable towards party policies in an attempt to shape and sway public opinion on various Internet message boards.
I have seen people gathering in Starbucks in Beijing, small groups praying over magazines to hide the fact that they just want to practice a religion? Why this religious intolerance? Is that a necessity of Communism or just that of a Dictatorship? 😦