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Today, the fourth anniversary of Gao Zhisheng’s CCP enforced “disappearance,” Geng He, his wife, states: “after four years. 1,460 days in total—I have run out of tears”

Gao Zhisheng, Christian human rights lawyer, prior to his CCP enforced “disappearance.”  (Photo: The Epoch Times) (ChinaAid, Midland, TX—August 13, 2021) On August 13, ChinaAid received a copy of a statement that Geng He, Gao Zhisheng’s wife, wrote. Today marks the fourth anniversary of his Chinese Communist Party (CCP) “enforced” disappearance. Geng He shared the following: During

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Gao Zhisheng’s daughter shares poignant points about enforced disappearance

Gao’s daughter and wife ask for help: “Free Gao Zhisheng and let him come home.”(Photo: Creative Commons) (China Aid Association—September 29, 2020) International organizations submitted to the UN Security Council on the arbitrary detention and enforced disappearance of human rights advocates and lawyers in the People’s Republic of China.  The following relates poignant points that

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Geng Ge discusses Gao Zhisheng’s enforced disappearance

Gao Zhisheng, currently in enforced disappearance.  (China Aid Association: September 28, 2020) The UN Security Council on the arbitrary detention and enforced disappearance of human rights advocates and lawyers in the People’s Republic of China, invited, Geng Ge, the daughter of Gao Zhisheng, a Chinese human rights lawyer, to address their 45th session.  Geng Ge

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Daughter of Gao Zhisheng (Human Rights lawyer) addresses Human Rights Council

Grace Gao (legal name Ge Geng) spoke to 45th Human Rights Council. (Photo: China Aid)  (Geneva, Switzerland —Sept. 22, 2020)  Grace Gao:     Ms. President,     I would like to draw the Council’s attention to the pattern of enforced disappearances of human rights     advocates and lawyers in the People’s Republic of China.     My

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Two years later, lawyer Gao is still missing

Gao Zhisheng’s book (Photo: ChinaAid) ChinaAid (Yulin, Shaanxi—Aug. 14, 2019) It has been two years since the brother of the prominent Chinese human rights lawyer and Noble Prize nominee Gao Zhisheng arrived at the attorney’s apartment in Shaanxi province for a visit on Aug. 13, 2017, only to discover him gone. For 23 days, his

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Christian Post: Christian Human Rights Lawyer Disappears After Being Recaptured by Chinese Officials; Friends Beaten

The Christian Post By Stoyan Zaimov , Christian Post Reporter | Nov 9, 2017 12:01 pm Prominent Chinese Christian human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng reportedly managed to briefly escape house arrest. But he was rearrested and his whereabouts are now unknown, a persecution watchdog group has found. International Christian Concern reported on Wednesday that Gao’s

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Two jailed for rescuing missing human rights lawyer

Gao Zhisheng, pictured on the cover of his book, Unwavering Convictions. (Photo: ChinaAid) ChinaAid (Yulin, Shaanxi—Nov. 3, 2017) Authorities imprisoned two friends of a prominent Christian human rights lawyer after they rescued him from his home in China’s northwestern Shaanxi province. Recently, one was criminally detained. After learning Gao wished to escape from his government

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Two-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee divulges China’s catastrophic corruption

Gao Zhisheng, pictured on the cover of his book. (Photo: ChinaAid) ChinaAid (Midland, Texas—Oct. 16, 2017) Under the watchful eye of Chinese government minders, a tortured human rights lawyer and two-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee secretly penned an incendiary commentary detailing the ruinous nature of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) rule during 2016. The piece

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Missing Christian human rights lawyer resurfaces in secret agent custody

Gao Zhisheng ChinaAid (Beijing—Sept. 7, 2017) Beijing authorities confirmed today that a renowned Christian human rights lawyer and two-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee who vanished from his home nearly a month ago was kidnapped and is currently incarcerated somewhere in the capital city. Officials told human rights attorney Gao Zhisheng’s brother today that he was

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