By Dave Andrusko As NRL News Today was about to be posted, there was little new news about the status of Chen Guangcheng, the courageous human rights activist who in 2006 exposed the Chinese government’s systematic, massive use of forced abortion and involuntary sterilization to enforce its “One Child Policy.” Chen’s amazing escape through the …Continue reading "Mitt Romney Calls for Protection for Chen Guangcheng, Expresses Opposition to China’s One-child policy"
By Dave Andrusko I confess that there’s been too much on my plate today to do a thorough search, but fortunately the Washington Examiner’s Timothy Carney did. His excellent article is aptly titled, “Is Chen Guangcheng a rebel without a cause?” As you know from “Not forgetting why Chen Guangcheng was arrested: exposing forced abortion,” …Continue reading "Chen Guangcheng: Rebel without a Cause? Reading the Washington Post, you would think so"
By Dave Andrusko Blind human rights activist Chen Guangcheng escaped his house arrest in Shandong province last Sunday with reports that he made his way to the U.S. Embassy in Beijing. Chen, a self-taught lawyer, had been under house arrest for 16 months after serving more than four years in prison. According to CBS News, …Continue reading "Chen Guangcheng Escapes House Arrest; Human Rights Activist documented forced abortions and forced sterilizations"
By Dave Andrusko The irony no doubt is lost on Chinese authorities, not known for their subtly. “Batman” star Christian Bale has starred in a just released movie partly funded by the Chinese government, “The Flowers of War,” that “the Beijing regime is heavily promoting in hopes it’ll earn China its first Oscar,” according to …Continue reading "Movie Star beaten when he attempts to meet Chinese man who exposed forced abortion in Chinese province"