Li Dongsheng Sacked and Baidu Lifts Ban on Falun Gong
Former Politburo Standing Committee, Zhou Yongkang’s
crony, Vice Minister of Public Security, Li Dongsheng was
recently sacked then put under investigation.
On Dec. 22, the Chinese search engine, Baidu, lifted the
ban on some words expressing the truth of the persecution
of Falun Gong practitioners.
Information was available about the involvement of officials
such as Li Dongsheng, current 610 Office director, Liu Jing,
former 610 Office, and former secretary of the Central
Political and Law Commission, Luo Gan.
With words, “Li Dongsheng and live organ harvesting” the
first hit on the Internet was an Epoch Times report entitled,
“List of Zhongnanhai officials involved in Zhou Yongkang’s
The second was NTD TV report, “The political liquidation
is staging in China".
Keywords underneath the subject line also shows the hit:
“Millions of people call on ending of live organ harvesting
by the Communist regime, Hong Kong media, involved in
Zhou Yongkang’s case, Cao Jianming and Li Dongsheng
will be investigated.”
With the key words, “Li Dongsheng false fire," the search
results displayed relevant reports from NTD TV on
the Tiananmen false self-immolation.
Shanghai Petitioners Sign Welcome Letter
toUN Human Rights Team
A letter addressed to the Working Group on the issue of
discrimination against women in law and in practice
(WG DAW), the UN Human Rights, was recently signed
by 187 Shanghai petitioners.
Petitioners hoped to communicate with the Working Group
during their first visit in Shanghai, abo their individual
grievances. Unfortunately, according to the regime’s media,
this Working Group has left China on Dec. 19.
According to Voice of America, these petitioners were very
disappointed at missing the opportunity to meet with the
UN Human Rights group.
The report says these petitioners expressed hope of receiving
legal help from the UN and international community.
This reflects how the petitioners have lost confidence and
trust in the current regime justice system.
Thousand of Fujian Workers Protest Against Unpaid Wages
On Dec. 21, thousand of workers at Fuqing City, Fujian,
blocked the gate to the China Nuclear Industry Fifth
Construction Corporation to protest against unpaid wages.
According to Chinese Jasmine Revolution website report,
two police officers arrived at the scene and started lashing out.
It sparked public anger and hundreds of workers surrounded
the police. At times, the situation was out of control.
Finally, people left when the general manager of the company
signed an assurance stating that wages will be handed to the
workers by the end of December.