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Protest for Freedom “Remember Zhang Qing, Free Guo Feixiong”

(Washington, DC—January 21, 2022) China Aid Association and other like-minded organizations will host the “Protest for Freedom” on January 27 to call on the Chinese government to release Guo Feixiong, renowned human rights activist, and call for a boycott of the 2022 Beijing Olympics. The protests will take place outside the Embassy of the People’s


Updated: China Aid cohosts ‘Stateless’ Breakfast to honor China’s human rights advocates

Photo: Former prisoners of conscience and family members of  current prisoners pose with an empty chair, symbolizing all those detained and remain missing or in prison. (Source: China Aid) China Aid By Rachel Ritchie Updated at 1:13 p.m. CST on Sept. 29, 2015 During the “Stateless” breakfast, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, (D-Calif.), delivered remarks in

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The Washington Post: Chen Guangcheng: 26 years after Tiananmen, things are worse in China

The Washington Post By Chen Guangcheng June 3 at 7:32 PM The writer, a lawyer and anticorruption activist, is the author of “The Barefoot Lawyer: A Blind Man’s Fight for Justice and Freedom in China.” Twenty-six years ago Thursday in China, the protests by students and other ordinary citizens calling for democracy, liberty and an

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NPR: China’s ‘Barefoot Lawyer’ And His Great Escape

NPR APRIL 09, 2015 3:28 AM ET ANTHONY KUHN Listen to the Story: Morning Edition | Download In February 2006, I traveled to the farmland of eastern Shandong province to interview blind activist Chen Guangcheng. He had been abducted from Beijing by security agents and put under house arrest for the past six months. When I arrived, Chen

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France 24: Blind dissident says China wary of new ‘Tiananmen’-style protests

Chen Guangcheng (Photo: China Aid) France 24 June 3, 2014 Twenty-five years after the deadly crackdown on peaceful protests in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square, Chen Guangcheng, one of China’s foremost dissidents, talks exclusively to FRANCE 24. Chen, a blind Chinese activist, captured the world’s imagination two years ago when he made a daring escape from his

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Reuters: U.S. university drops claim Chinese dissident Chen was spied on

Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng speaks at a news conference at the National Press Club in Washington October 2, 2013. (Photo: Reuters/Yuri Gripas) Reuters By Jonathan Allen Mon, Dec 09 16:00 PM EST NEW YORK (Reuters) – New York University withdrew its claim on Monday that a close supporter of Chen Guangcheng, a Chinese dissident affiliated

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Joint statement from China Aid and NYU

JOINT STATEMENT China Aid and its President, Reverend Bob Fu, Professor Jerome Cohen and New York University are all pleased to announce that they have resolved a misunderstanding related to their successful efforts to bring the blind Chinese human rights activist Chen Guangcheng to the United States in May 2012. Professor Cohen and NYU have confirmed that, contrary


VIDEO: China 16 becomes China 18, prisoners’ relatives testify at various hearings

In addition to the hearings, ChinaAid president, Bob Fu, Ti- Anna Wang, daughter of Wang Bingzhang, and “Lisa” Jiayin Peng, daughter of Peng Ming, were interview by senior Taiwanese journalist and human rights activist, Dr. Yang Xianhong on Radio Taiwan International on Dec. 2, 2013. (Photo: ChinaAid) China Aid Association (Taipei, Taiwan—Dec. 2, 2013) In


Bob Fu, Guo Feixiong’s wife and daughter testify at U.S. Congressional hearing about Guo Feixiong and freedom of expression in China

China Aid Association At table, from left: Zhang Qing, “Sara” Yang, and Bob Fu testify at the congressional hearing. (ChinaAid) (Washington, D.C.—Nov. 1, 2013) ChinaAid founder and president Bob Fu and the wife and daughter of Guo Feixiong, Zhang Qing and Yang Tianjiao, testified at a hearing of the U. S. House Committee on Foreign Affairs’

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