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sign for alim http://www.freealim.com/p/sign-petitio.html
sign for yanghua https://www.change.org/p/president-xi-jinping-free-yang-hua-a-house-church-pastor-detained-in-china
sign for shouwang http://www.helpsw.org/p/sign-petition.html
twitter https://twitter.com/#!/chinaaid
youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/uczjumdjdovms5ogp7uqdbyg
facebook http://www.facebook.com/chinaaidassociation
instagram https://www.instagram.com/chinaaid/
chinaaid news http://chinaaid.us13.list-manage.com/subscribe/post?u=1e219a9a798758356bbbbe62b&id=debdaa02e3
chinaaid newsletter http://give.chinaaid.org/site/survey;jsessionid=00000000.app362c?action_required=uri_action_user_requests&survey_id=1440&nonce_token=8a516aeaef4a4b9a114db37d2d85803e
donate http://give.chinaaid.org/site/donation2?1400.donation=form1&df_id=1400&mfc_pref=t
chinese | 中文 http://www.chinaaid.net
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partner with chinaaid to free yang hua http://www.freeyanghua.org
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rights organization amnesty international http://www.amnestyusa.org/get-involved/take-action-now/urgent-action-update-falun-gong-practitioner-faces-imprisonment-china-ua-21616
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pro-democracy protests in hong kong http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-27921954
eastern chinese province of zhejiang http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-china-blog-27279762
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after five hong kong booksellers disappeared http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-35480229
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defending freedoms project https://humanrightscommission.house.gov/defending-freedom-project
zhu yufu http://www.chinaaid.org/2017/02/sick-and-elderly-political-prisoner.html
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leah marieann klett http://www.gospelherald.com/reporter/leah-marieann-klett
continued crackdown http://www.gospelherald.com/articles/69489/20170131/chinese-authorities-bulldoze-church-loot-property-after-locking-congregants-inside.htm
draw attention to http://www.sunshinestatenews.com/story/china-needs-release-two-political-prisoners
ranked 39th https://www.opendoorsusa.org/christian-persecution/world-watch-list/china/
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leah marieann klett http://www.gospelherald.com/reporter/leah-marieann-klett
reports http://www.chinaaid.org/2017/02/sick-and-elderly-political-prisoner.html
human rights in china. http://www.hrichina.org/en/content/5790
poem read http://news.nationalpost.com/news/this-is-the-poem-that-got-a-chinese-activist-seven-years-in-jail
radio free asia http://www.rfa.org/english/women/spirit-09152016164144.html
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the epoch times http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/2221756-new-documentary-on-live-organ-harvesting-receives-award/
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harvested alive: ten years of investigation http://harvestedalive.com/?page_id=351&lang=en/
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harry farley http://www.christiantoday.com/reporter/harry-farley
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human rights in china http://www.hrichina.org/en/content/5790
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home who's bob fu about us about us history partners the mission endorsements our team leadership advisory board news sources in the news latest news related news chinaaid news voices from china issues advocacy rule of law chen guangcheng human rights violation religious freedom abuse initiatives expose advocacy campaigns encourage legal defense fund family of prisoners equip delegations training leaders get involved sign petitions sign for alim sign for yanghua sign for shouwang write letters to the persecuted to the authorities connect with chinaaid twitter youtube facebook instagram receive chinaaid update chinaaid news chinaaid newsletter publications newsletters student chapter newsletter annual persecution reports chinese law and religion monitor donate contact us chinese | 中文 breaking news: about chinaaid chinaaid is an international non-profit christian human rights organization committed to promoting religious freedom and rule of law in china. read more>> how you can help get involved donate to receive chinaaid updates to receive chinaaid's newsletter sign up partner with chinaaid to free yang hua china 18 campaign view persecution by province china aid (liaoyang, liaoning—feb. 26, 2017) a court in china’s northeastern liaoning province sentenced five christian leaders to three to seven years behind bars on wednesday for purchasing and selling prohibited christian material. on feb. 22, the defendants, comprised of four women and one man, learned they would be imprisoned for allegedly buying and selling “officially forbidden christian devotional books.” of them, pastor li dongzhe and piao shunnan received seven years, zhao chunxia and li yuan were given five years, and shi jinyan was sentenced to three years. most of them belong to a korean ethnic minority group that resides within china, and all of them attend registered churches. they were arrested last june. china aid exposes such abuses in order to stand in solidarity with persecuted christians and promote religious freedom, human rights, and rule of law. chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here the epoch times by jack phillips, epoch times | february 23, 2017 at 10:47 am last updated: february 24, 2017 3:49 pm ■ human rights organization amnesty international has issued an “urgent action update” for a falun gong practitioner who is facing life imprisonment. chen huixia, who is around 60 years old, was arrested under dubious conditions and is now facing three years to life in prison. a previous report from the epoch times says she was arrested for practicing falun gong, also known as falun dafa. chen huixia (amnesty international) falun gong is a traditional meditation discipline that was practiced freely by tens of millions in china before former chinese leader jiang zemin ordered the discipline suppressed in 1999. jiang’s brutal persecution campaign against the practice involves forced labor, brainwashing, torture, and even death. the chinese regime is also harvesting and selling practitioners’ organs for a profit, according to researchers. a 680-page report from a canadian human rights lawyer, a former canadian parliamentarian, and an american investigative journalist released last summer suggested that as many as 60,000 to 100,000 practitioners may have been killed for their organs each year since 2000. according to amnesty’s urgent action, posted on feb. 21, chen’s family has been unable to visit her at the detention center she is being held at since june of last year. amnesty said her lawyer has requested a case file and claimed “that it had yet to verify chen huixia’s relationship with her daughter, who had hired the lawyer from abroad.” a falun gong practitioner protests by posing in a cage (minghui) her lawyer also said that her condition is now stable—she was reportedly suffering health problems—and she’s no longer being subjected to torture or brainwashing to get her to renounce her belief. but her family has “no further details, as the lawyer assumed their communications were being monitored and therefore only passed on limited information.” chen was first taken away by police in june 2016. in custody, she was subjected to extreme forms of torture, as is the norm for falun gong practitioners in detention centers and labor camps across china. she was strapped to an iron chair for a month at an unofficial detention center. later, she was taken to the shijiazhuang municipal no. 2 detention centre in hebei province in july of last year. chen had no lawyer until november 2016, as many lawyers her family approached refused to take up the case because they believed the authorities would not allow it. chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here members of shouwang church sing hymns in the snow after being evicted from their original church building. (photo: china aid) china aid (beijing—feb. 24, 2017) fractured into small groups by persecution, a house church in beijing recently informed china aid that authorities were restricting their pastor. meanwhile, their church is being refurbished without their approval. six years after authorities banned shouwang church members from holding meetings outdoors, they revealed that their pastor, jin tianming, is still under house arrest and is only allowed two hours of personal time each day, and his wife is not allowed to leave the house on sundays. their home is closely guarded by three government agents at all times, and he is only allowed to receive visitors at 4 or 5 p.m. while the church was still meeting outdoors, officers from the public security bureau offered to free jin if they stopped gathering outside, but jin encouraged church members not to take the deal on his behalf. china aid recently learned that the developer from whom shouwang church purchased their church’s building violated his contract by renovating it without their permission. since they bought the property, its value has doubled, and the church members fear the developer might have other uses planned for it. in 2006 and 2007, the church attempted to undergo the proper procedures to register with the government, but the government rejected them. nevertheless, during the summer of 2009, the police started to harass the church members and demand that they join the three-self church. jin asserted that they would not join, since it is a liberal political movement that diminishes christ’s divinity, the authority of holy scripture, and the concept of justification by faith. years ago, after they were first evicted from their church building, they met outdoors, and authorities routinely detained them or dispersed their meetings. now, the pressure is so heavy that the church dares to only meet in small groups in individual houses, and they still fear that these meetings will be banned. china aid exposes the suffering inflicted on shouwang church to stand in solidarity with persecuted christians and promote religious freedom, human rights, and rule of law. chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here radio free asia 2017-02-17 ■ a court in hong kong on friday jailed seven police officers guilty of assaulting pro-democracy politician ken tsang during the 2014 occupy central pro-democracy movement for two years apiece. chief inspector wong cho-shing, senior inspector lau cheuk-ngai, detective sergeant pak wing-bun, police constable lau hing-pui, and detective constables wong wai-ho and kwan ka-ho were convicted by the city's district court on tuesday of kicking, punching, and stepping on tsang after he was arrested and handcuffed during clashes in october 2014. detective constable chan siu-tan was given an additional month for common assault, for slapping tsang twice at central police station. van carrying seven hong kong police officers found guilty of assaulting pro-democracy politician ken tsang during the 2014 occupy central pro-democracy movement heads to the city's detention center, feb. 17, 2017. rfa while the seven were found guilty of common assault and causing actual bodily harm, they were acquitted of the more serious charge of causing grievous bodily harm. crowds of rival supporters faced off outside the court buildings as the sentences were passed, with some shouting "we support the police upholding the law!" and "serious punishment for the organizers of occupy central!" judge david dufton said it was appropriate that the seven should serve time in prison, as they had "not only brought dishonor to the hong kong police force, they have also damaged hong kong’s reputation in the international community, the assault having been widely viewed around the world and reported as front-page news in a number of countries." tsang welcomed the sentences, telling reporters on friday: "i have waited more than two years for this, which is a very small victory for civil society in its struggle against police brutality." "but i hope people will continue the struggle for universal suffrage," he said in a reference to the main goal of the occupy central movement. he called for a number of other cases involving allegations of police brutality to be brought to justice. the sentencing was rapidly criticized by police unions and a pro-beijing lawmaker, who called dufton a "white-skinned judge with a yellow heart," in a reference to the yellow umbrellas of the 2014 pro-democracy movement. the defense had argued for suspended sentences, saying they had received more than a thousand letters pleading for leniency and citing the officers' previous record and the "unique circumstances" of the occupy central civil disobedience movement. however, judge dufton said stress was still no justification for the assault on tsang, saying the assault was vicious, and could have resulted in much more serious injuries. "the defendants, serving police officers who in the execution of their duty took tsang to the substation to assault him; the multiplicity of the injuries sustained by tsang as a result of the assault; and the damage to hong kong’s reputation make this, in my view, a very serious case," the judge said. at least two of the officers are considering appealing their sentence, government broadcaster rthk reported. wong's defense attorney lawrence lok told reporters his client would definitely be appealing against his conviction, however. "i haven't had chance to discuss it yet, but we will definitely be appealing the conviction," lok said. the seven policemen were filmed by news media as they kicked and punched him in a dimly lit corner of tamar park in the early hours of october 15, 2014. the attack left tsang, a social worker and former member of the pro-democracy civic party, with injuries to his face, neck, chest and back. joe chan, who heads the junior police officers' association, said many in the union are "struggling to accept" the ruling. he said the union would collect funds to assist the officers, and said some of his colleagues wanted to stage a protest over the sentencing. "i feel proud to be a police officer," chan told journalists. police commissioner stephen lo said had "mixed feelings and a heavy heart" over the sentencing. meanwhile, pro-beijing members of the city's legislative council (legco) said the sentences were too heavy. pro-beijing legislator wong kwok-kin said the sentences were the result of a "white-skinned" judge having a "yellow heart." a group of supporters of the seven police officers said they planned to demonstrate against their sentences onsaturday. but tsang supporter lei yuk-luen said the sentences were appropriate. "the judge got the sentencing right, and the seven police officers will go to jail," lei said. "everyone is equal before the law, right?" "if the judge hadn't done this, then that would be wrong." reported by lee lai for rfa's cantonese service, and by ding wenqi for the mandarin service. translated and edited by luisetta mudie. chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here radio free asia 2017-02-17 ■ zhu xiaoyan, the u.s.-based sister of veteran jailed democracy activist zhu yufu, has called on the ruling chinese communist party to end the beatings and mistreatment meted out to her brother in prison. zhu is serving seven-year jail term for subversion in no. 4 prison in the eastern chinese province of zhejiang after he penned a poem calling on people to vote with their feet. zhu xiaoyan told rfa that her brother was severely beaten by prison guards on feb. 11, to the point where he lost consciousness and his blood pressure rose to 230 over 120. "my brother is 65 years old now," zhu xiaoyan said. "when the prison guards told him to shave, he told them very courteously that he would do it when he had received his visit." zhu's wife jiang hangli was scheduled to visit him on feb. 11, and he said he had no sufficiently sharp razor to shave with, zhu xiaoyan said. zhu xiaoyan, sister of jailed democracy activist zhu yufu, is shown in an undated photo. rfa "he said that razors were under central control, and that he'd have to apply for one, but the prison guards deliberately made an issue of it, and they wouldn't allow him to meet with [jiang]," she said. "my brother had barely finished speaking when the prison guards grabbed him and beat him to the ground, bashing the back of his head on the ground which caused bleeding, and he lost consciousness immediately," zhu xiaoyan said. "his blood pressure jumped to 230 over 120 straight away," she said. appalling treatment she said political prisoners in china's penal system are usually subjected to more ill-treatment than regular criminals. "my brother has been appallingly treated," she said. "he hasn't been given sufficiently nourishing food, he's not allowed to read books or newspapers, nor to write or receive letters." "he's not allowed to call his family; all of his rights have been stripped away," she said. "as his family members, we fear for his life." zhu xiaoyan cited the recent death in custody of democracy activist peng ming, who died suddenly last november while while serving jail time in the central chinese province of hubei. years before his death at the age of 58 in hubei's xianning prison, he had left a letter warning that he might meet with an "accident," and asking his family demand an autopsy. but the authorities removed vital organs and cremated peng's remains in december without the permission of his u.s.-based family. "political prisoners are simply people with different opinions ... should he get such a harsh punishment just for something he wrote?" zhu xiaoyan said. "he would never hurt anyone; he's a cultivated man who wouldn't even use swear-words. how afraid must the [ruling chinese] communist party be to treat him in such a despicable manner?" "he just wrote a tiny poem, of less than 100 characters ... we would be so grateful if they could just spare his life," zhu xiaoyan said. veteran activist zhu is a veteran activist who first caught the attention of the authorities during the democracy wall movement of 1978. he was sentenced in 1998 to a seven-year jail term for his involvement with an unprecedented attempt to register the zhejiang provincial branch of the china democracy party as a civil organization with the authorities. he was handed a seven-year jail term in february 2012 after he wrote the poem, titled “it is time,” during online calls for "jasmine" rallies inspired by protests in the middle east in early 2011. "it is time, people of china! it is time," the poem read. "the square belongs to us all; our feet are our own." "it is time to use our feet to go to the square and to make a choice...we should use our choices to decide the future of china." reported by c.k. for rfa's mandarin service. translated and edited by luisetta mudie. chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here bbc by juliana liu 18 february 2017 ■ until a few weeks ago, long zhenyang held one of the top media jobs in south china. he was the assistant chief editor of the hong kong commercial daily, one of three pro-beijing newspapers in the chinese territory. his sudden resignation in february and stated intention to seek political asylum in the united states has jolted the local media community. mr long, 47, has told bbc news that he left mainland china because he had been "persecuted" at the newspaper since late 2014, after he shared posts on his private social media account that were supportive of the pro-democracy protests in hong kong. a devout christian, the former journalist said he was also upset by a long-running campaign to remove crosses from churches in the eastern chinese province of zhejiang. "i was very sad and devastated," he said from the san francisco bay area, where he has been living with his family since last year. "i felt the cultural revolution was coming back." 'hopes for reform shattered' once an ardent admirer of president xi jinping, mr long said he had lost hope in the chinese leader. in an official resignation letter to hong kong commercial daily dated 5 february, he wrote: "in the past few years, the spirit of the cultural revolution seems to be quickly re-entering chinese politics and society. hopes for political or reform have all been completely shattered." mr long's resignation letter said his "religion, beliefs and political views" meant he could no longer stay in his job "because of my religion, beliefs and political views, i can no longer continue to serve at the chinese communist regime-controlled hong kong commercial daily, so i have decided to resign my post." mr long said he joined the newspaper in 1999. according to its official website, hong kong commercial daily is one of several titles under the shenzhen press group, which is directly controlled by the communist party. because of the newspaper's government affiliation, mr long held the rank of a junior government official, as well as the deputy editorship. a hong kong-based spokeswoman for the commercial daily confirmed mr long's resignation, but offered no details. a woman who answered the phone at the newspaper's shenzhen office, where the former editor was based, also declined to give any information about the circumstances of his resignation. 'most will simple obey' willy lam, a reporter turned academic at the chinese university of hong kong, said it was extremely rare to see a chinese journalist go public with their criticism of the system, though he believes many of them are disillusioned and disgruntled. "given the draconian instructions given by the propaganda department and the increasingly rigid restrictions on what editorial line they can take, i imagine many journalists are not happy with their jobs. but most will simply obey the party line," he said. mr long has claimed he was anti-party for many years, even as he rose through the ranks at shenzhen newspapers from junior reporter to senior editor. "over the past 20 years, i've written a lot of things i don't believe in," he said. but he believes it was essays supporting the 2014 pro-democracy protests in hong kong that he shared privately, to his wechat group, that got him into trouble. he recalls being called into his boss's office at the end of that year to be reprimanded. journalists in china are seldom openly critical of the political system getty images later, he was informed of an official investigation into his conduct, which ended in 2015 with accusations against him of corruption and a violation of the one-child policy. though he was no longer a trusted hand, mr long said, he was not fired. he said he was relieved of his editing and managerial duties, but was allowed to continue writing for the newspaper. after five hong kong booksellers disappeared at the end of 2015, possibly in connection with a book about the chinese president, the newspaper editor said he decided to leave. "the whole atmosphere deteriorated so much, i felt i had to leave the country," he said. "i know what they are capable of. they will just put you on national tv to confess. they can make you disappear." commercial daily has not responded to requests for information. but a journalist in shenzhen familiar with mr long has confirmed that he was well known in media circles for his religion, and for sharing his political views liberally via social media. many, according to the journalist, believed the editor would eventually be punished, but others secretly admired his outspokenness. as for mr long, he says he is studying at a christian seminary in the bay area, and attending a local church. he has no plans to return to china, if the current regime remains in power. additional reporting by grace tsoi and vincent ni chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here huang yizi talks on the phone during his time in police custody. (photo: china aid) china aid (wenzhou, zhejiang—feb. 17, 2017) the pastor of a house church in china’s coastal zhejiang province feared he may be re-arrested when he responded to a police summons on the morning of feb. 3. after huang yizi, the pastor of fengwo church, was released on bail a year ago, he expressed his concern that he would be taken into custody again, saying, “please pray for me. i will not return if they want me to do something that contradicts the law, the truth, my belief, or my conscience. if i am really sentenced during the [lunar] new year, sisters and brothers [in christ], please believe that i always have a clear conscience toward god and my fellow men.” at 5 p.m. that day, huang updated his friends, saying he had been allowed to return home, but the issue the police wanted to address had not yet been solved. however, he did not discuss the contents of their conversation and asked for prayers. in an interview with a china aid reporter on feb. 3, huang’s wife said he had received the summons the night before, and that the police had been summoning him like this since he was bailed out of prison last year. she and several other local christians believe that he was ordered to come to the police station because feb. 5 marked the one-year anniversary of his release. according to chinese law, if he is found not in violation of bail rules, he may remain free, but, if officials determine that he has violated those precepts, he may subject to arrest. more than two years ago, officials targeted salvation church’s cross as a government-endorsed beautification campaign raked across zhejiang, pegging church buildings and crosses for demolition. when more than 600 of them arrived on the site on july 21, 2014, however, a wall of christians met them, and conflict erupted as authorities tried to break through. more than 50 church members were injured, with 14 requiring medical attention. to protest this mistreatment, huang and a group of christians visited the local government. 10 days later, he was apprehended and charged with “gathering a crowd to assault a state agency.” later, the charge was altered to “gathering a crowd to disturb public order.” he was tried on march 24, 2015, and sentenced to one year in prison, and released on aug. 1, 2015. on sept. 12, 2015, just six weeks after his release, authorities unexpectedly took huang back into police custody on trumped up charges of “stealing, spying on, buying or illegally providing state secrets for institutions, organizations and people outside the country.” he was denied permission to see his family and meet with a lawyer, and officials even denied relatives the opportunity to send him necessities, such as money and clothes. he was released on bail on feb. 5, 2016. china aid reports abuses, such as those experienced by huang, in order to stand in solidarity with persecuted christians and promote religious freedom, human rights, and rule of law. chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here president trump's tweet about meeting with lilian tintori. (photo: courtesy of jared genser and donald trump) china aid (washington, d.c.—feb. 17, 2017) in celebration of the major political headway carved by the wives of venezuelan political prisoners in washington, d.c., this past week, china aid urges international leaders and governments to speak out on behalf of all the world’s prisoners of conscience, including those jailed in china. according to an e-mail penned by jared genser, the founder of freedom now and the managing director of perseus strategies, llc, lilian tintori and mitzy ledezma, the respective wives of incarcerated venezuelan dissident leopoldo lópez and detained caracas mayor antonio ledezma, traveled the u.s. capitol on behalf of their husbands this week. opening his statement with “i have seldom had such a mind-blowing week in washington….” genser proceeds to describe the whirlwind of events that culminated in tintori meeting with and garnering the support of president donald trump and vice president mike pence, among other prominent officials. after his meeting with tintori, trump tweeted a message urging venezuela to immediately release lópez. these events come in the midst of tightening tensions between the two governments, as the u.s. recently moved to sanction venezuelan vice president tareck el aissami for his alleged involvement in the drug trade. since trump and pence have now set a precedent of speaking out in favor of venezuelan prisoners of conscience while the relationship constricts, china aid presses them and other government officials to consistently prioritize the rights of imprisoned dissidents in china and around the world over appeasing these countries in favor trade deals and economic gain. lópez, who is serving a 13-year prison sentence for utilizing “subliminal messages” to incite violence, entered solitary confinement last year and is suffering various injustices, including denial of reading and writing materials, being strip searched 10 times per day, and having every conversation recorded. in one instance, guards coated his cell with buckets of feces and cut off his water supply in order to prevent him from cleaning it. genser’s e-mail can be read in full below. china aid congratulates lilian tintori and mitzy ledezma on their success in washington, d.c., and hopes that someday religious freedom, human rights, and rule of law will be upheld in every country, including china. dear friends, i have seldom had such a mind-blowing week in washington, with the visit of lilian tintori, the wife of imprisoned my client and venezuelan prisoner of conscience leopoldo lópez. it culminated in an oval office meeting with both president trump and vice president pence, thanks to sen. marco rubio (trump tweet below). while the trump administration is under fire on a wide array of topics, in a single week, it has abandoned the failed engagement policy of the obama administration on the u.s.-venezuela relationship. and this dramatic turn was exactly what was needed. (photo: courtesy of jared genser) when lilian and i met vice president biden in early 2015, he promised lilian directly that the us would not support any further dialogue with president maduro without first securing the immediate and unconditional release of all political prisoners. and yet just months later, the obama administration abandoned this position and began supporting a dialogue facilitated by the vatican and unasur. with no imposed benchmarks, timelines, or consequences for inaction, the results were no surprise - but engaging in that process removed international pressure on venezuela as governments and international organizations all deferred action to see if the process could work. over that time, the number of political prisoners rose from 80 to almost 110. meanwhile, leopoldo has been imprisoned for almost three years of a 13+ year prison term for having used "subliminal messages" to inspire people to violence. he has been held in solitary confinement for more than a year, is strip searched 10 times a day, is denied access to most reading materials and to materials he can write with. he even had his cell covered by buckets of feces thrown in by guards and had his electricity and water shut off so he couldn't clean anything up for more than a day. and all his conversations are recorded, even with his lawyers. as he sits in jail, leopoldo is outpolling president maduro in a hypothetical presidential matchup by more than 30 percentage points. also joining lilian on this trip was mitzy ledezma, the wife of detained caracas mayor antonio ledezma. (photo: courtesy of jared genser) as lilian and mitzy arrived in washington, the treasury department sanctioned venezuela's sitting vice president as a drug kingpin. president maduro tried to publicly dismissed this action as merely a remnant of the obama administration. the oval office meeting was a dramatic rebuke to that assertion. president trump embraced lilian with a big hug and both he and the vice president were very engaged, asked a lot of questions, and sought her advice on how the united states could most effectively advance the democratic aspirations of the venezuelan people. while much more will be required, it couldn't have been a better week. we had an otherwise jam-packed schedule, highlights of which are below. best, jared chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here zhu yufu (photo: china aid) china aid (washington, d.c.—feb. 16, 2017) u.s. representative randy hultgren addressed the house of representatives on behalf of an arrested christian democracy advocate today. hultgren, collaborating with the defending freedoms project, “adopted” political prisoner zhu yufu in order to spotlight the experiences of him and others who face persecution for expressing their opinions. in a speech made to the united states house of representatives on feb. 15, hultgren highlighted zhu’s unjust imprisonment, saying that his health has deteriorated acutely under official care, causing his family to fear he may not live, and urging the chinese government to free him, provide him with proper medical care, treat him humanely, and respect and uphold “freedom of speech, and assembly, and thought, and belief.” zhu, who has endured multiple prison sentences on account of his pro-democracy stance, was sentenced to seven years in prison in 2012 after he published a poem encouraging chinese people to rise up against the communist party and shape the future of china themselves, entitled “it’s time.” in custody, he has suffered poor treatment, including being beaten by a police officer until he blacked out last saturday. hultgren was recently appointed co-chairman of the tom lantos human rights commission and serves as a commissioner to the helsinki commission and the congressional-executive commission on china. his full speech can be viewed here. china aid exposes abuses, such as those suffered by zhu, and celebrates efforts made by representative randy hultgren and other politicians to free prisoners of conscience in order to stand in solidarity with persecuted christians and promote religious freedom, human rights, and rule of law. chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here the gospel herald by leah marieann klett feb 13, 2017 05:43 pm est ■ florida senator marco rubio has criticized the chinese government for its continued crackdown on religious freedom and called for the release of two human rights attorneys, jiang tianyong and tang jingling. rubio, the chairman of the congressional-executive commission on china, met with the wives of the two lawyers last week as part of a china aid delegation, and took the senate floor last week to draw attention to their plight and urge his colleagues to work towards their freedom. marco rubion serves as the chairman of the congressional- executive commission on china reuters/carlo allegri "the chinese people yearn for the protection of their most basic human rights, and bravely stand with their fellow marginalized and oppressed countrymen," rubio said. "they are china's greatest asset, not its biggest threat, as the government and communist party wrongly believes. any government, any government, which views its own people with such fear and hostility will, as has often been said, find itself on the wrong side of history." jiang, a 45-year old lawyer, was disbarred by the chinese government because of his vigorous human rights advocacy, including his representation of blind legal advocate chen guangcheng, fellow rights lawyer gao zhisheng, falun gong practitioners and other human rights cases. "despite the risks of this work, he has been steadfast in his support of the families and of their rights to lawyers and legal advocates caught up in china's sweeping nationwide crackdown on the legal community in july 2015, which ensnared roughly 250 lawyers and activists," rubio said. jin bianling, jiang's wife, last heard from her husband on the evening of nov. 21, 2016, as he prepared to board a train back to beijing after visiting the family of xie yang, an incarcerated human rights lawyer. however, when the train arrived the next morning, jiang was not aboard, and officials later announced that he was being held at an undisclosed location. to this day, jiang has not been allowed visits from his family or access to a lawyer. "all of these realities underscore that china remains a country of rule by law," rubio said. "as such, lawyers, advocates, dissidents and others often find themselves in the party's crosshairs, persecuted under the law, rather than protected by it, and they have no recourse for justice." in turn, tang entered police custody on suspicion of "inciting subversion of state power" in the weeks leading up to the 25th anniversary of the tiananmen square massacre. in january 2016, he and two other prisoners of conscience were tried, and tang was sentenced to five years in prison. following his conviction, tang shared how his faith sustained him in the midst of injustice: "the holy bible has a passage that reads: ‘blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness' sake.' today, we have been pronounced guilty, thrown in prison, separated from our families, and have endured humiliation and difficulties-and i am far from being able to convince or prove to others how these tribulations could have become my blessings. but god's will is inevitably difficult to understand. i often pray and ask him to give me more strength, so that i may persevere until the moment of revelation. i dare say, in 2011, while in a secret jail, and now in detention, almost every day i have passed has been calm and fulfilling. i have never lost my direction." rubio concluded his address by urging government officials to take up the causes of those who suffer from persecution in china. officially, china is an atheist country, but constitutionally guarantees religious freedom. however, authorities are wary of all religious organizations, viewing them as threatening forces. currently, the party is believed to have around 88 million members, whereas there may be up to 100 million christians in china today. china is ranked 39th on open door usa's world watch list of 50 countries where christians face the most persecution. chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here premier by premier journalist tue 14 feb 2017 a christian political prisoner was attacked by a police officer because his beard was too long. according to china aid zhu yufu, 65, was confronted by a police officer about the length of his beard on 11 february. zhu attempted to explain that his razor had been locked away before the officer attacked him, causing him to hit his head on concrete and lose consciousness. zhu had to be given emergency medical treatment for his injuries. he already suffers with heart disease and a number of other blood and vascular ailments. his wife jiang hangli was prevented from visiting him in the prison in zhejiang province that morning and found out the details about his ordeal after she was eventually allowed to see him later that day. zhu was a founder of the democracy wall movement, a political group that campaigned against government corruption and human rights abuses. he also published a monthly magazine about politics. he was first convicted of trying to subvert state power in 1999 and served a seven-year prison sentence. he was arrested again shortly after his release and charged with obstructing government business. zhu became a christian in 2010. he is currently serving a seven year prison sentence. because of his declining health, his family fear that zhu may die in prison but all requests for medical parole have been denied. chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here the gospel herald by leah marieann klett feb 14, 2017 12:47 pm est ■ a police officer in china attacked a sick and elderly political prisoner over the length of his beard, causing him to black out, a disturbing new report has revealed. christian lawyers, human rights activists, pastors and churchgoers have all suffered as a result of the communist party's ongoing crackdown. ap photo china aid reports that when jiang hangli, the wife of 65-year-old political prisoner and china 18 member zhu yufu, went to see her husband at zhejiang no. 4 prison on the morning of feb. 11, she was turned away. at the time, authorities told her that zhu, who suffers from hyperlipidemia, heart disease, severe hypertension, lumbar disc hernia, cholecystitis, prostatitis, and various other diseases, was connected to an iv and unable to visit with her. however, when she met with zhu later that day, he told her that a police officer had confronted him earlier that day about the length of his beard. when zhu explained to the official that the razor was locked up, the man unexpectedly accosted him. the back of his head hit concrete, and he blacked out, causing his blood pressure escalate. in a letter, zhu's wife urged authorities in charge of prisoner management to "take actions to guarantee the safety of zhu yufu and keep him safe from violence" and to punish the police officer responsible for assaulting her husband. "do not insult zhu yufu or force a confession from him," she wrote. "he is old and sick. i hope the prison can give him better treatment considering his situation and offer him nutritious food." she added, "treating political prisoners well shows a country's international image, its political civilization, and the authority's benevolent rule." zhu reportedly founded the first pro-democracy movement in communist china, the democracy wall, a pro-democracy publication entitled april 5 monthly, and the china democracy party in addition to serving as the general secretary of the standing working group of zhejiang preparatory committee of china democracy party and a member of the preparatory committee of national preparatory committee. because of this, he was arrested and charged him with "subversion of state power," on nov. 2, 1999, and he received a seven-year prison sentence. after he was released in 2006, zhu was arrested again in 2007 and was sentenced to two years on a falsified charge of obstructing government business. in 2011, he was arrested once again after he wrote and distributed a poem encouraging people to take to the streets around the time of the arab spring protests, according to human rights in china. "it is time, people of china! it is time," the poem read. "the square belongs to us all; our feet are our own. it is time to use our feet to go to the square and to make a choice . . . we should use our choices to decide the future of china." zhu was subsequently sentenced to seven years in prison and deprived of political rights for three years. in a separate interview with radio free asia in 2016, zhu's sister, zhu xiaoyan, said that because of the treatment he has endured at the hands of the chinese government, his entire family now suffers from psychological problems. "my brother is a cultivated man. all he wanted was to express some of his opinions on society, but he has suffered persecution at the hands of the chinese government, not once, not twice, but three times," she said. "every time i went to see my brother, he was always very strong, telling us not to worry about him. he was going to serve his time in this communist party jail. she continued: "but the last time i went to see him, he seemed to be in a trance, as if his spirit had been broken. i felt so bad about that, that i decided i would definitely start speaking out on his behalf. otherwise he might die in that communist party jail." florida senator marco rubio, who also serves as the chairman of the congressional-executive commission on china, last week argued on the senate floor that the u.s. should take action to stop china's human rights abuses and urged officials to take up the causes of those who suffer from persecution in china. "the chinese people yearn for the protection of their most basic human rights, and bravely stand with their fellow marginalized and oppressed countrymen," rubio said. "they are china's greatest asset, not its biggest threat, as the government and communist party wrongly believes. any government, any government, which views its own people with such fear and hostility will, as has often been said, find itself on the wrong side of history." chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here a notice from the dali public security bureau announces that tu yan’s case has been transferred to the procuratorate for further investigation. the notice is addressed to ren quanniu, tu’s lawyer. china aid originally reported in chinese by qiao nong. translated by carolyn song. updated on feb. 17, 2017, at 4:01 p.m. (dali, yunan—feb. 14, 2017) authorities in china’s southern yunnan province detained a christian woman, accusing her of cult crimes late last year, according to an update on feb. 7 from her lawyer. tu yan, a christian originally from hunan province, was doing ministry work in dali, yunan on oct. 22, 2016, when officers from the public security bureau arrested her and four other christians, including her boss and a 24 year-old christian woman named su min. tu and su were charged with “using a cult organization to undermine law enforcement.” though three of those detained were released on bail, tu and su’s cases were instead transferred to the procuratorate for further investigation. ren quanniu, tu’s lawyer, told china aid’s reporter on feb. 7 that he had visited the public security bureau on jan. 12 with tu’s father and sister, requesting she be released on bail. though they were told the officers would respond at a later date, they have still received no answer, nearly a month later. ren also petitioned the procuratorate to reexamine the grounds for tu’s detention. despite tu’s insistence that she is a christian, the public security bureau claimed she was a member of the cult organization “three classes of servants.” in order to prove this hypothesis, the procuratorate gathered 12 files containing 2,400 pages of falsified evidence, which ren examined and found repetitive. tu claimed she’d heard of a similar occurrence in chuxiong city, yunnan, when two clergywomen who were accused of cult involvement for doing ministry work. china aid reports on the arrests and detentions of christians like tu yan in order to expose illegal government interference and religious freedom abuses in china. chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here the epoch times by larry ong, epoch times | february 9, 2017 at 5:48 pm last updated: february 10, 2017 12:03 pm ■ the crime is appalling and beggars belief—prisoners of conscience in china are being cut up for their organs while still alive in a massive state-run operation. filmmakers who move past disbelief to action—interviews with researchers, eyewitnesses, doctors, and straight-talking politicians—have in recent years produced compelling documentaries on organ harvesting in china. (harvestedalive.com) millions of people in several countries around the world have since learned of the chinese communist regime’s forced organ harvesting of tens of thousands of uyghurs, tibetans, house christian, and falun gong prisoners of conscience from the documentaries in private screenings and on national television. the power narratives also have won recognition in the form of dozens of awards, including the prestigious george foster peabody award. “harvested alive: ten years of investigation” is the latest organ harvesting documentary to receive acclaim in winning the hollywood international independent documentary awards best foreign documentary feature category for january 2017. produced by deerpark productions and released in november 2016, “harvested alive” is a chinese language documentary centered around the primary source research of organ harvesting by the world organization to investigate the persecution of falun gong (woipfg), a united states-based nongovernmental organization. wang zhiyuan, the president of woipfg and a former aviation doctor in china, said in the film that he was shocked but skeptical of the first account of forced organ harvesting in 2006 by the wife of a chinese doctor. “it went beyond common sense,” wang said. “this was too serious, and the scale too big.” after discussions with other woipfg members, wang decided that they should immediately start investigations “with an open mind” and without drawing any conclusions from their opinions. for the next 10 years, wang and the others scoured hospital and government websites, as well as media reports, for evidence of organ harvesting. they also made countless secretly recorded phone calls to chinese hospitals, doctors, judges, and even top chinese officials in the government and military. some chinese doctors openly declared that falun gong practitioners were source of organs. a former top military health officer, bai shuzhong, was recorded declaring that former chinese leader jiang zemin had ordered the organ harvesting of practitioners. “at the time, it was chairman jiang. there was an instruction to start this thing, organ transplantation,” a voice that woipfg identified as that of bai said in the recording played in the documentary. in videos online, bai shuzhong sounds identical to the voice in the recording. practitioners of falun gong, a traditional chinese meditation practice that involves physical exercises and teachings of “truthfulness, compassion, tolerance,” are being targeted by the chinese regime for persecution since 1999, a decision of jiang’s. inside detention centers and labor camps, practitioners are subjected to regular blood and cornea tests, the purpose of which to allow the regime to facilitate a national organ harvesting system where practitioners are killed to provide organs on demand, according to researchers of organ harvesting. the slaughter of falun gong practitioners for their organs remains very much in action, researchers say. an english subtitled version of the “harvested alive” is currently available for free viewing on the internet. the english language version of the film will premiere in washington d.c. in march. chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here radio free asia 2017-02-13 ■ a rights activist detained after sporting a satirical t-shirt calling chinese president xi jinping "xitler" will face trial on subversion charges, as the government told his out-of-town defense team they were barred from representing him. ethnic korean quan ping, whose name is also spelled in its korean form, kwon pyong, is being held in a police-run detention center in the northeastern province of jilin after his initial "disappearance" on sept. 30 last year. his case was recently transferred to the yanbian municipal prosecutor's office, paving the way for kwon's trial at the yanbian intermediate people's court on wednesday, his attorney zhang lei told rfa. kwon faces charges of "incitement to subvert the state power," with the indictment against him focusing mainly on posts he made to facebook and twitter, zhang said. but the authorities have refused repeated requests from his defense team to meet with their client, saying they must provide a letter of introduction from the justice bureau in the city where their law firms are based. activist quan ping (l) poses with hong kong lawmaker leung kwok-hung, known by his nickname "long hair", at a ceremony commemorating the tiananmen massacre, june 2016. rfa "it looks as if the yanbian intermediate people's court plans to go ahead with the trial after stripping us of our status as his defense attorneys," zhang said. "we told them that to require this is against the law and is far from being a reasonable demand, because we're not the employees of the justice bureau ... so there is no requirement for them to write a letter of introduction for us," he said. "as things stand at the moment, i really don't think they'll be allowing us to attend court for the trial." pressure to drop case another of kwon's attorneys, liang xiaojun, said he had already been approached by justice bureau officials from beijing, who had tried to persuade him to withdraw from the case of his own accord. "i just got back from the justice bureau, who wanted to talk to me about this case, because they had received a report about it from [yanbian]," liang said. "they told me that they hoped i wouldn't get involved in this case, which was 'complicated'," he said. yanbian authorities are claiming that the extended requirements for defense lawyers to be accepted by the court only apply in cases where there are "national security concerns," like subversion cases, liang said. "they say we must have a letter of introduction, but there's no way [the justice bureau] will issue one for us," he said. an employee who answered the phone at the yanbian intermediate people's court declined to comment when contacted by rfa on monday. "you need to contact the education and propaganda department. i'm not authorized to give out updates on cases," the employee said. freedom of expression? repeated calls to the education and propaganda department rang unanswered during office hours on monday. zhang lei said he had already filed a complaint with the yanbian prosecutor's office over the court's additional "requirement." he said he will also appeal to the jilin high people's court and provincial-level prosecution authorities. an online activist surnamed jiang in the eastern province of jiangsu said he believes kwon pyong is innocent. "[what he did] falls within the parameters of freedom of expression," jiang said. "the incitement charge simply doesn't stand up." "this has nothing at all to do with the government." reported by xin lin for rfa's mandarin service, and by ng yik-tung and sing man for the cantonese service. translated and edited by luisetta mudie. chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here christian today harry farley 13 february 2017 ■ donald trump's one-time rival for presidential nominee has used his role on the senate to speak against china's ongoing persecution of christians. the florida senator highlighted the cases of two detained human rights attorneys, jiang tianyong and tang jingling. the republican senator rubio spoke in senate last week on the issue following a meeting with the wives of the detained lawyers. youtube / marco rubio jiang's wife last heard from him almost four months ago when he disappeared after visiting another lawyer who had been jailed. he boarded a train home on november 21 but never arrived, according to persecution charity china aid. officials later announced he was being held at a undisclosed location and has not been allowed visits from his lawyer or family since. tang was one of dozens arrested in the build up to the 25th anniversary of the tiananmen square massacre. the 1989 protests were marked in june 2014 and tang was detained beforehand on suspicion 'inciting subversion of state power'. in january 2016, he and two other prisoners of conscience were tried, and tang was sentenced to five years in prison. rubio urged white house officials to take up these and other cases with their chinese counterparts. he said: "inside the grand edifice of the court, we can see stately and ornate furnishings and decorations, and we can see the government employees in dignified attire. but we cannot see the law and we can definitely not see justice." chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here zhu yufu china aid (wenzhou, zhejiang—feb. 13, 2017) a policeman attacked a sick and elderly political prisoner on saturday, the inmate’s wife learned when she went to visit him in china’s coastal zhejiang province. authorities refused to allow jiang hangli, the wife of political prisoner and china 18 member zhu yufu, arrived at zhejiang no. 4 prison on the morning of feb. 11, to see her husband until the afternoon, saying he was currently connected to an iv on account of his high blood pressure. however, when she met with zhu later that day, he told her that a police officer had confronted him earlier that day about the length of his beard. after zhu explained to the official that the razor was locked up, the man unexpectedly accosted him. the back of his head hit concrete, and he blacked out. his blood pressure spiked to 120/230 mmhg, and he was given emergency medical treatment. zhu also suffers from hyperlipidemia, heart disease, severe hypertension, lumbar disc hernia, cholecystitis, prostatitis, and various other diseases. in a letter jiang wrote yesterday, she claims china often charges political prisoners, including her husband, with “inciting subversion of state power.” zhu, who founded the first pro-democracy movement in communist china, the democracy wall, a pro-democracy publication entitled april 5 monthly, and the china democracy party in addition to serving as the general secretary of the standing working group of zhejiang preparatory committee of china democracy party and a member of the preparatory committee of national preparatory committee. these activities prompted authorities to charge him with “subversion of state power,” on nov. 2, 1999, and he received a seven-year prison sentence. after he was released in 2006, zhu was arrested again in 2007 and was sentenced to two years on a falsified charge of obstructing government business. on march 5, 2011, he was taken into police custody once more because he wrote and distributed a poem that urged people to take to the streets around the time of the arab spring protests, according to human rights in china. subsequently, the hangzhou intermediate court sentenced him to seven years in prison and deprived him of political rights for three years for “inciting subversion of state power.” jiang’s letter can be read in full below. china aid exposes abuses such as those experienced by zhu yufu in order to stand in solidarity with persecuted christians and promote religious freedom, human rights, and rule of law. to the zhejiang province prison management bureau: i am a relative of political prisoner zhu yufu, who is currently serving a sentence in zhejiang no. 4 prison for “inciting subversion of state power.” zhu yufu is already 65 years old. he has severe hypertension, hyperlipidemia, heart disease, lumbar disc herniation, prostatitis, cholecystitis, and several other diseases. he moves slowly. on the morning of feb. 11, i went to the prison to visit zhu yufu, but i was told he was on iv due to high blood pressure, and i couldn’t meet with him until the afternoon. when i finally saw him in the afternoon, he told me what happened earlier that day. at around 9:10 in the morning, a prison policeman (about 56 years old, but he is not the policeman assigned to manage zhu) had an argument with zhu regarding the length of his beard. the police asked him to shave his beard immediately. zhu told him the shaver is locked in the prison and is difficult to get. then the policeman decided to give him a difficult time. without any warning, he was forcibly attacked by the police. the back side of his head hit the concrete, and he passed out immediately. that caused his blood pressure to rise to 120/230mmhg. the situation got better after emergency medical treatment. “inciting subversion of state power” is a typical charge for political prisoners. the international community and laws specially emphasize that political prisoners should receive different treatment from other prisoners and are especially concerned about the extent of infringement of rights of political prisoners. china, as one of the signatories of the united nations’ universal declaration of human rights and one of the 23 countries that is a member the international human rights conventions and related protocols, will receive more international condemnations if political prisoners’ treatment continues to be ignored in this country. i urge the authorities in charge of prisoner management to take actions to guarantee the safety of zhu yufu and keep him safe from violence. i urge higher authorities to get the surveillance video from 9:10 a.m. on feb. 11, 2017, to verify the situation and punish the policeman who attacked zhu yufu in order to prevent similar issues from happening again. do not insult zhu yufu or force a confession from him. he is old and sick. i hope the prison can give him better treatment considering his situation and offer him nutritious food. treating political prisoners well shows a country’s international image, its political civilization, and the authority’s benevolent rule. jiang hangli, relative of zhu yufu, feb. 12, 2017 chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here from left: bob fu, jin bianling, the wife of human rights lawyer jiang tianyong, marco rubio, wang yanfang, the wife of china 18 member tang jingling, and translator david chen. (photo: china aid) china aid (washington, d.c.—feb. 13, 2017) in the midst of china’s skyrocketing human rights abuses, a delegation hosted by china aid traveled to washington, d.c., last week to raise awareness about ongoing persecution and celebrate the courage of those who champion human rights at their own peril. on jan. 29, activities began with a worship service at the falls church anglican, where reverend john yates introduced china aid president bob fu and prayed over the delegation, which included prominent chinese human rights defenders. afterward, the committee held a luncheon at the peking gourmet inn. the next morning, the delegation met with eskinder negash, the senior vice president for global engagement of the u.s. committee for refugees and immigrants, followed by a 1:30 p.m. appointment with thomas farr, president of the religious freedom institute, director of the religious freedom project at the berkley center on religion, peace, and world affairs at georgetown university, and the executive director of the religious freedom institute. tuesday began at 9:30 a.m. with a meeting with senator ted cruz, after which china aid hosted a forum celebrating its 15th anniversary, entitled, “worsening religious freedom and rule of law in china: what does that mean to the united states and free world?” held at the library of congress and featuring speakers such as senator marco rubio and congressman chris smith, the event addressed china’s human rights and religious freedom abuses and recognized seven lawyers who have routinely sacrificed their own safety to defend targeted individuals with the 2016 courage award. after the forum, the delegation met with senator john cornyn. on wednesday, reva price, senior aide to minority leader nancy pelosi, met with the delegation just prior to their trip to the heritage foundation. afterward, they attended the international lunch for the national prayer breakfast, and, in the evening, the national prayer breakfast’s congressional opening dinner, which was also attended by vice president mike pence. the national prayer breakfast commenced at 7 a.m. on feb. 2 and was attended by both pence and president donald trump. later that day, the delegation met with ambassador mike kozak and deputy assistant secretary scott busby of the state department. representative randy hultgren convened with them at 4:30 p.m. freedom house hosted the delegation at 9 a.m. on friday, and, at 11 a.m., they visited uscirf, followed by a trip to the national endowment for democracy (ned). china aid hosts delegations and meets with government officials in order to raise awareness of china’s religious freedom and human rights abuses. chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here marco rubio speaks at a luncheon celebrating china aid's 15th anniversary. (photo: china aid) china aid (washington, d.c.—feb. 10, 2017) using information garnered from a meeting with a china aid delegation last week, marco rubio took the senate floor to highlight the suffering of two christian human rights lawyers monday night. after opening his speech with a celebration of the american freedom to agree with or openly resist governmental power, rubio compared this situation to that of china, whose flagrant abuse of human rights criminalizes those who disagree with the communist regime. he raised the cases of two human rights attorneys, jiang tianyong and tang jingling, honoring the requests of their wives, whom he met last week as part of a china aid delegation. jin bianling, jiang’s wife, last heard from her husband on the evening of nov. 21, 2016, as he prepared to board a train back to beijing after visiting the family of xie yang, an incarcerated human rights lawyer. when the train arrived the next morning, jiang was not aboard, and officials later announced that he was being held at an undisclosed location. to this day, jiang has not been allowed visits from his family or access to a lawyer. tang entered police custody on suspicion of “inciting subversion of state power” in the weeks leading up to the 25th anniversary of the tiananmen square massacre, which china still heavily censors. in january 2016, he and two other prisoners of conscience were tried, and tang was sentenced to five years in prison. quoting tang, rubio said, “inside the grand edifice of the court, we can see stately and ornate furnishings and decorations, and we can see the government employees in dignified attire. but we cannot see the law and we can definitely not see justice.” rubio concluded his address by urging government officials to take up the causes of those who suffer from persecution in china. his full speech can be watched here. china aid works with officials such as rubio in order to stand in solidarity with persecuted christians and promote religious freedom, human rights, and rule of law. chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here radio free asia 2017-02-09 ■ fears are mounting once more over the mental health of liu xia, artist and activist wife of jailed nobel peace laureate liu xiaobo, after she made an unusual and disturbing phone call to a close friend, defying her strict house arrest at the couple's beijing home. liu managed to dial out from her home, where she is confined for most of the time and cut off from contact with the outside world, on wednesday night, beijing-based tibetan author tsering woeser said via social media. “i am so shocked; i just got a call from liu xia, the first in many years," woeser said via twitter late on wednesday. liu xia speaks to visitors at her apartment in beijing on dec. 28, 2012. afp "i asked her how she's doing, and she said not good, and that she'd just tried dialing out on the off-chance to see if it would work," woeser wrote. "her voice was trembling all over the place." she said the call was cut off on two occasions, and she only managed a brief exchange with liu, who she said sounded "far away" and had been drinking. guangdong-based rights activist ye du, a close friend of the family, said on thursday that liu xia is feeling the effects of long-term, solitary house arrest, and experiences mood swings. "i have just spoken to liu xia by phone," ye said. "there has been no relaxation of the surveillance measures from the authorities." "over chinese new year, when everyone else is getting together, she was all alone and under police surveillance," he said. "her mood was pretty low, and she had a bit to drink and tried to call wang lixiong for a chat. woeser, who is wang lixiong's wife, took the call," ye added. limited contact liu xia was placed under house arrest as soon as liu xiaobo's nobel peace prize was announced in october 2010, and has been unable to move around freely or pursue paid work. friends and family say their contact with liu xia has been severely limited since her brother liu hui, jailed for 11 years for "bribery" charges in 2013, was released on bail—with strict conditions attached. liu xia has been warned that her brother could go back to jail if she has any contact with the outside world, including fellow rights activists, foreign diplomats, or journalists. ye said wednesday's phone call was a rare event, as liu xia is being controlled by the authorities with constant threats. "the government is controlling liu xia by preventing her from speaking to the outside world by phone, by threatening [to deny] her visits with liu xiaobo," he said. "when i spoke to her just now, she sounded very frail, as if she has no vitality left in her," ye said. severe depression liu xia's lawyer shang baojun said she is suffering from severe depression as a direct result of being under house arrest. "all of the various pressures have had a huge impact on her," he said. and beijing-based rights activist hu jia said the authorities also control exactly which of her friends she can talk to, when this is allowed. "she's allowed to call some friends who aren't considered very political sensitive," hu said. "they are mostly liu xiaobo's friends, and they include woeser and commentator mo zhixu. she can't call sensitive individuals, including me, on her phone, nor even liu xiaobo's lawyer mo shaoping." "it's a pretty small list [that she can call]," he said. hu said liu xia has no real freedom at all. "here [in china], liu xia will never know true freedom, unless there is systemic change here, or political reform," he said. "the only way she can be free is if we have universal suffrage." 'really on edge' hong kong activist yeung hung, who was once detained for trying to visit liu xia at her beijing apartment, said he was very anxious about her. "i am really on edge after hearing this news, because it doesn't seem that the authorities have relaxed the restrictions on her at all," yeung told rfa. "she's just confined within those four walls, but there's no such thing as a self-sufficient person. she was always going to try to break through her confinement one day," he said. "a lot of her friends have tried to visit her, but not one has succeeded so far," he said. more than six years after winning the nobel peace prize, liu xiaobo looks unlikely to be given the chance to seek medical treatment overseas, as high-profile dissidents have done before him. liu, 60, is unlikely to qualify for parole, because he has never admitted to committing any crime, and friends say he is highly unlikely to accept any deals offered to him by the ruling chinese communist party. reported by ding wenqi for rfa's mandarin service, and by wong lok-to for the cantonese service. translated and edited by luisetta mudie. chinaaid media team cell: (432) 553-1080 | office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | other: (432) 689-6985 email: media@chinaaid.org for more information, click here tweets by @chinaaid email: info@chinaaid.org toll free: (888) 889-7757 tel: (432) 689-6985 fax: (432) 686-8355 mailing address: p.o. box 8513 midland, tx 79708, usa connect with chinaaid:


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