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Chinese Law & Religion Monitor Vol. 9, No. 1; January – June 2013

China Aid Association, Aug 22, 2013 Chinese Law & Religion Monitor by China Aid January – June 2013; Vol. 9, No. 1 Editor’s Note By “Bob” Xiqiu Fu In the first half of 2013, the new Communist government under the leadership of Xi Jinping launched a dazzling “Rectification Campaign,” marking the beginning of Emperor Xi

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The National Review: How the Times Mischaracterized Me and Chen Guangcheng

The National Review By Bob Fu    July 12  2013 I was born in a peasant village in the Shandong Province of China, so I never had free access to news. Growing up, I got information from wherever I could — by sneaking peeks at newspapers from my headmasters and listening to the news announcements in

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Zhuoqi Gospel Church banned by local government in Alashan, Inner Mongolia. Church members still cannot hold worship service.

China Aid Association    June 24 2013 On April 28, 2013, local officials from the office of religious affairs in Zhuoqi, Inner Mongolia raided the Zhuoqi Gospel Church. Since then, the church members have continued to endure pressure and intimidation from the United Front Work Department of the CPC Central Committee. They have not been able

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Verdict Regarding Enyu Bookstore’s Case Has Been Determined: Lacheng Ren sentenced to five years in prison, Wenxu Li to two years

China Aid Association     June 19   2013 On June 17, 2013, a court decision regarding Enyu Bookstore’s (located in Taiyuan, Shanxi) case was made. The court of Xiaodian district of Taiyuan sentenced brother Lacheng Ren to five years in prison and brother Wenxi Li to two years. Their lawyer and friends were greatly disturbed by the

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A Local Family Planning Office Kidnapped A Couple’s Daughter 14 Years Ago

China Aid Association     June 18, 2013 18 year old Haixia Tang and Huaju Chen, 30,(they are from Haihe Town, Sheyang County, Jiangsu Province) fell in love and had a baby girl in 1998. The girl’s father was 12 years older than her mother. Because Tang was not old enough to be legally married back then,

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Heat on NYU for dissident boot

New York Post,        By  JAMES COVERT NYU brass could be summoned to Washington to defend the school’s cozy relationship with Beijing after booting a blind Chinese dissident from its campus, The Post has learned. US Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) yesterday said he wants to hold hearings on Capitol Hill about NYU’s ouster of self-taught lawyer

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Well-known House Church Pastor Zhang Yinan, American Couple Taken into Police Custody Following Raid on Zhang's Church in Henan Province

China Aid Association  (Xinyang, Henan–June 8, 2013) Well-known house church pastor and church historian Zhang Yinan and an American missionary couple were in police custody following a government raid Wednesday at Zhang’s church, where the couple had been invited to teach. More than 20 believers of Union Church in Xinyang, Henan province, were gathered to

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Persecuted Linfen Church Writes Open Letter to President Xi Jinping

Translated by China Aid Association For background information about the persecution of the Linfen Church, see http://www.helplinfen.com/ An Open Letter To President Xi Jinping Dear President Xi Jinping: We are members of Golden Lampstand Church in Linfen, Shanxi Province. (photo at right: Golden Lampstand Church of Linfen) On September 24, 2009, a group of Public

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Chairman Menendez Expresses Concerns over Chinese Human Rights Violations to Obama before Meeting with President Xi Jinping

  WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez, Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, wrote President Obama ahead of his June 7-8 meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, expressing deep concern over ongoing human rights violations taking place in China, oftentimes by officials acting outside China’s legal structures.   The letter follows:   The

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