Tiananmen Mothers Send Open Letter to The Two Sessions
Before the Two Sessions, the June 4 Tiananmen Massacre
victims’ relatives, the Tiananmen Mothers published an open
letter requesting a discussion of the June 4 problem at the
Two Sessions and face up to the historical truth.
The open letter said: “What do you lose without discussing
June 4? You lose morals and conscience."
We are still insisting on three demands including “truth,
compensation and accountability" for the Tiananmen Mothers.
The letter also said: “It is the 25 anniversary of the June 4
Tiananmen Mothers will cheer if people representatives and
National committee members can make up past mistakes."
US Reports That China’s Human Rights Situation is Severe
On February 27, The U.S. State Department published the
2013 Country Reports on Human Rights.
The report recorded a large number of Chinese officials who
committed human rights abuses against its individual or
collective citizens in China.
The report said that officials acted out revenge attacks by
intensifying harassment, intimidation and persecution on
activists’ families and aides.
Some sensitive people still face severe restrictions on assembly,
religion and travel.
The authorities prevented public expression of independent
thought by kidnapping and other illegal ways.
Xia Yeliang: Chinese Communist Pary Dispatches Spies
to American Universities
On February 27, Former Peking University professor Xia
Yeliang told the media that the Chinese Communist Party
(CCP) are sending spies to U.S. universities.
He urged the United States to be careful in academic
exchanges with China.
According to an AFP report, the visiting Chinese scholar Xia
Yeliang said some scholars are spies from China to the U.S.
to engage in surveillance activities disguised as students.
Lau Chun Has Improved. Hong Kong Reporters Sign Petition
The attacked Hong Kong “Ming Pao" former chief editor Lau
Chun has improved in hospital.
Doctors have taken away his airway intubation and changed
his status from in danger to serious.
Hong Kong reporters formed a joint anti-violence campaign.
On February 27, they launched a joint signature campaign on
the streets to request the police to solve the case as soon as
possible, and called people stand to against the violence.
Meanwhile, the relevant parties are preparing for the Sunday
parade to support press freedom.