Category Archives: China

Chinese Mother Dies after Husband Demands a Son, Forces Her to Have Four Abortions

“The real culprit here is the two-child policy,” says PRI President Steven Mosher By Jonathan Abbamonte A woman from Anhui province in eastern China has died after her husband forced her to undergo four sex-selective abortions in a single year,

Trump administration redirects U.S. funding away from United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

WASHINGTON – The Trump Administration reinstated a policy Monday evening directing United States foreign assistance dollars away from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) on the basis that its activities in China are complicit with that nation’s coercive population control

On International Women’s Day Remembering the Women in China Forced to Abort

And remembering millions of little girls “missing” around the world By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director It was impossible not to shed tears as Yue Zhang shared the trauma of being forced to abort her baby –

Chinese late term forced abortion victim speaks out on International Women’s Day

Yue Zhang shared the devastating reality of her forced abortion in China.

Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post from Women’s Rights Without Frontiers. The full post can be read here. WASHINGTON, D.C. March 8, 2017– March 8 is International Women’s Day. Women’s Rights Without Frontiers presents the heart-wrenching testimony of

Prenatal testing done in Hong Kong allows Chinese couples to easily evade law against sex determination tests

Editor’s note. This comes from Women’s Rights Without Frontiers. Citing a new report that laws meant to prevent sex-selective abortion are easily evaded by couples who do not want daughter, Women’s rights activist Reggie Littlejohn has renewed her call for

This girl’s mom was about to abort her. Then someone showed up at her door.

By Women’s Rights Without Frontiers As 2016 drew to an end, Women’s Rights Without Frontiers was celebrating the saving of another precious girl from sex-selective abortion or abandonment through its “Save a Girl” Campaign. “Ai Jia’s” mother was pregnant three

Have researchers really “found” many of China’s 30 million missing girls?

Reggie Littlejohn, President, Women’s Rights Without Frontiers

By Reggie Littlejohn, president, Women’s Rights Without Frontiers (WRWF) Some missing girls may be hidden, but sex-selective abortion and abandonment are still very serious problems in China. An article came out in the Washington Post yesterday entitled, “Researchers may have

Fact-Check: No, Hillary,China has not stopped doing forced abortions

By Steve Mosher, President, Population Research Institute During the final presidential debate, Hillary Clinton said: “I’ve been to countries where governments either forced women to have abortions like they used to do in China or forced women to bear children

International Day of the Girl Child: End gendercide in China — Girl baby saved from sex-selective abortion

Photo: Baby “Lian,” saved from abortion by WRWF’s “Save a Girl” Campaign

An estimated 200 million women will not be celebrating International Day of the Girl Child today, because they are not alive. They were selectively aborted just because they were girls – victims of “gendercide.” Son preference runs amok in both

New report shows China’s human rights record ‘utterly disgraceful’

62 million missing girls from coercive population control Editor’s note. The following is excerpted from an analysis provided by the office of Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ), co-chair of the House Pro-Life Caucus. WASHINGTON, DC—Rep. Chris Smith, Chair of the bipartisan

36th anniversary of China’s One (now Two) Child Policy calls for investigation of International Planned Parenthood

NEW YORK– On September 25, China’s One Child Policy turned 36. Reggie Littlejohn, President of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, explained, “The One Child Policy has been responsible for hundreds of millions of forced abortions and sterilizations and untold human suffering.

Forced abortion at 6 months in China. Pregnant women told they “deliberately broke the law”

Members of the WeChat group for pregnant remarried women present a petition to legalize their pregnancies at the provincial offices in Guangzhou, Guangdong, June 21. (Credit: WeChat group, published in Sixth Tone.)

By Women’s Rights Without Frontiers Another courageous article from Shanghai online news portal Sixth Tone describes the continued desperation of re-married women in Guangdong. Six months pregnant, Anxiang and her husband were forced to choose between aborting her pregnancy or