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A Citizens’ Proposal to Begin as Soon as Possible a Complete Revision of the “Population and Family Planning Law of the People's Republic of China”

Translated by China Aid Association Editors note: Last week, a group of eminent academics and scholars issued an open letter to the National People’s Congress, China’s legislature, urging them to revise China’s law on family planning.  Their move was prompted by the recent spate of news reports of late-term abortions forcibly performed on mothers whose

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ChinaAid Praises Shanghai’s auxiliary Bishop Ma Daqin for His Act of Conscience

China Aid Association (Midland, Texas–July 11, 2012) Last Saturday, at an illegitimate ordination ceremony held by China’s state-run Catholic Patriotic Association, auxiliary Bishop Thaddeus Ma Daqin publicly announced his resignation from the Patriotic Association effective immediately. ChinaAid expresses its understanding and appreciation for this act.  According to reports by Radio Free Asia and BBC Chinese

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Guangzhou Human Rights Activist Protests for Independent Judiciary & Investigation into Death of Christian Political Dissident Li Wangyang

China Aid Association (Guangzhou, Guangdong—July 11, 2012) A human rights activist staged a one-man street protest in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou calling for an independent judiciary and an investigation into the suspicious death of Christian political dissident Li Wangyang. Sun Desheng took to the streets in Guangzhou’s Tianhe Gangding at 5:30 p.m. and


More details about raid on house church in Jiangxi province

China Aid Association (Lichuan, Jiangxi—July 11, 2012) Details just obtained by ChinaAid about a raid on a house church Jiangxi province last month reveal that this was another case of authorities targeting church-organized summer camps for children. ChinaAid first reported this incident on Sunday based on sketchy information that three church workers were briefly detained


Washington Times: Gruesome picture puts new pressure on China over one-child policy

By Cheryl Wetzstein – The Washington Times Monday, July 9, 2012 At a House hearing punctuated by the wails of a Chinese woman mourning a baby that was forcibly aborted 17 years ago, lawmakers said there were signs that increased domestic and international pressure on Chinese officials to end the country’s one-child policy was beginning


Christian Woman Guo Yanling Testifies to Congress By Phone From Thailand About Her Forced Abortion Experience

China Aid Association (Washington, D.C.—July 9, 2012) Members of Congress, the media and the public attending a Congressional hearing on Monday on China’s one-child policy heard Guo Yanling describe the shocking details of her forced abortion experience. Through arrangements made by ChinaAid, Guo spoke by phone from Thailand to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs’

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Another Forced Abortion Tragedy—“My poor wife, my poor child”

ChinaAid has learned that on April 6, 2012, in Xianyou county, Fujian province, which is notorious for its forced abortions, Wu Liangjie’s wife was forcibly detained and abducted to a hospital, where her nearly eight-month unborn child was forcibly aborted.  Now Wu Liangjie has arrived in Beijing to seek legal assistance from the well-known young


Sister Guo Yanling, a Christian in Guangxi, was forced into exile for 21 years for having more children than permitted

China Aid Association Editor’s Note:  Recently, some incidents of forced family planning measures in mainland China have again shocked the world and been widely condemned.  ChinaAid has received many letters appealing for help from pregnant women in China who are currently facing forced abortion or induced labor.  Ms. Cai Ruyi, who was forcibly hospitalized by


Police Raid House Church in Jiangxi Province

China Aid Association (Lichuan, Jiangxi—July 8, 2012) Police in Jiangxi province raided a house church in Lichuan county last month, detaining three church workers and confiscating church property, ChinaAid has learned. The raid on the Houcun village house church occurred at 11 a.m. on June 5. Police said it was an illegal meeting and confiscated

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