Monthly Archives: April 2010

In Search of Lin Zhao’s Soul

A documentary that traces an unfortunate story that happened forty years ago. Lin Zhao, a student of Beijing University, grew from a pure, loyal follower into a valiant fighter against the Red Terror. She was imprisoned for eight years and then … Continue reading

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China to overtake America by 2020

From The Onion: WASHINGTON—According to a new report released Monday by a panel of top economists and social scientists, the People’s Republic of China will overtake the United States as the world’s dominant asshole by the year 2020….international affairs specialist … Continue reading

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Urgent Appeal for the Release of Hu Jia on Medical Grounds

News about imprisoned Chinese human rights activist Hu Jia’s deteriorating health condition was made public last Thursday (8 April), initially via Twitter, then through Reuters and the Associated Press.  Since then Hu Jia’s wife Zeng Jinyan has been waiting anxiously … Continue reading

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Tiananmen Square in Remembrance 21 Years Later

Written by Diane Gatterdam Twenty-one years ago on this day April 8th 1989, the first trigger in a number of incidents began what was to be one of the most moving and extraordinary acts of bravery and courage in our … Continue reading

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Christ is risen! He is risen indeed!

Happy Easter to all of our friends, both Christian and non-Christian!    Because we – Catherine and I – believe that Christ’s resurrection is for the benefit of ALL Mankind, including those who say they do not believe in God. Our … Continue reading

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