Anti-PX Activity in Maoming has Spread to Guangzhou
The two day protest against the government;s PX chemical
project spread to the local capital Guangzhou on April 1.
That day, about 300 protesters marched around Guangzhou
Zhongshan Memorial Hall protesting against officials’
suppression of demonstrators by police in Maoming.
The protesters held slogans saying: “against the government’s
forced crackdown" and “who is authorized to beat people?" etc.
Prior to this, Maoming authorities injured people
by repressive force.
Some protester told British Reuters news that several
protesters were killed.
Lawyers Called Xi Jinping to Investigate Related People in
the Jiansanjiang Event.
On April 1, the human rights lawyers group condemned
illegal arrests and torture of four defense lawyers and Falun
Gong practitioners from Jiansanjiang Reclamation District
Public Security Bureau.
They critized the local political and
legal system, 610 Office.
They requested that Xi Jinping investigate related people and
support the rescue group of the missing citizens in China.
Falun Gong human rights spokesman Zhu Wanqi said the
lawyer group has widely published the truth of Jiansanjiang
event to the international community.
Currently, lawyers’ organizations from the EU, the European
Parliament, the U.S. State Department, Taiwan, Hong Kong,
and Japan have learned of the human rights violations and
atrocities from the Heilongjiang Jiansanjiang area.
Zhu Wanqi said that lawyers will continue to mobilize
international power to press Heilongjiang authorities to stop
the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners and release all
defense lawyers and Falun Gong practitioners.
Taiwan’s Pro-Communist Gangsters Driven Away From
The Legislative Yuan
Taiwan anti-trade agreement students continue to occupy the
On April 1, the leader of the China Unification Promotion
Party Chang An-lo attempted to enter the Legislature with
four to five hundred people and was blocked by police.
These people requested entry to the Legislative Yuan to meet
the student leader Lin Fei-fan holding the banner of the anti
However, the police on the other side of group shouted at
them: “Gangsters, go back to China" as soon as Chang An-lo
Chang An-lo was one of the United Bamboo Gang wanted
by Taipei District Prosecutors Office on violations of the
Organized Crime Act.
He fled mainland China for 17 years and surrendered on June
29 2013 under a 1 million yuan bail and exit restriction.