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The Epoch Times publishes here direct translations of statements made by Chinese people who have renounced the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliate youth organizations. Statements such as these are submitted to the Chinese language Epoch
China The cry for help, a neatly folded letter stuffed inside a package of Halloween decorations sold at Kmart, traveled 5,000 miles from China into the hands of a mother of two in Oregon. Thomas Patterson for The New York Times Julie Keith, the
Tweet Since 1985, 80 percent of science and engineering graduates from Tsinghua University and 76 percent of those from Peking University have chosen to migrate to the United States. News Analysis In recent years, China has not only suffered major
Ga.Georgians gathered at a historic house in Flannery O'Connor's home town on June 4 to learn more about the lives, the sufferings and the hopes of people in China. Dietrah Taylor, director of the Sallie Ellis Davis House, chose the anniversary of
Tweet Before Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping even set foot in California, protesters were already assembled near the Sunnylands estate, in the hot California desert, where Xi and U.S. President Barack Obama are holding their two day summit
The search involving divers from the emergency services in Falun was called off at around midnight on Thursday without success. The search will resume later on Friday, according to a statement Dalarna police chief Mats Eriksson made on Friday morning.
When Xi Jinping visited Los Angeles last year as vice president of China , Sue Zhang dined with him. Now, Xi is China's president, and Zhang is scrambling to catch a glimpse of him during his stay in the Palm Springs area for a two-day summit with
Movie Review A Repressed Sect's Ordeal, via Two Victims Free China,' Directed by Michael Perlman NTD Television Jennifer Zeng tells of undergoing physical abuse by the Chinese authorities for her devotion to the Falun Gong sect in the film Free China.
Tweet For three hours on June 2, members of a Chinese Communist Party front group in Hong Kong engaged in a street struggle with Falun Gong practitioners in a busy thoroughfare, while an increasingly frustrated public came to eject and curse them and
The Courage to Believe delivers a powerful, if at times heavy-handed, warning: The systematic and state-sanctioned persecution of peaceful citizens is alive and well in China. The hour-long talking-head documentary tells the story of Falun Gong, a