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Pope Benedict Sends Greetings to Olympics PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 03 August 2008

(03 Aug 08 - RV) Pope Benedict XVI sent his greetings to the organizers and participants of the Beijing Olympics during his Sunday Angelus from Bressanone. We have this report...

Just days before the 29th Summer Olympics begin in Beijing, China, Pope Benedict said he hopes the games may offer to the international community a valid example of coexistence among people of different background in the respect of common dignity. He said he will be following the games, and asks that sports once again be a pledge of fraternity and peace among peoples.

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Two Chinese priests missing after being detained by government officials in May PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 28 July 2008
Stamford, Jul 15, 2008 / 02:53 am (CNA).- As the Beijing Olympic Games approach, two priests who tried to attend services for the World Day of Prayer for China on May 24 are still missing after having been detained by the Chinese government.

Pope Benedict XVI had announced the day of prayer for May 24, the Feast of Our Lady of Sheshan. Thousands of Chinese pilgrims made a pilgrimage to Sheshan for the event, most of whom doing so with the approval of the Chinese government.

Those who did not have government approval risked arrest and detention.

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For a thousand days Ching Cheong sought God in a Chinese prison PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 28 July 2008

by Loura Foo - Asianews.It - 07/23/2008

In an exclusive interview with AsiaNews, the Strait Times journalist sentenced to five yeats ars in prison for “selling state secrets abroad” talks about the strength he received from reading the Bible in prison. He highlights the contractions in the upcoming Olympic Games, still hopeful though that China might become a cultural and spiritual force in the world.

















































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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The truth about China and the Olympic Games - by Bao Tong PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 July 2008

From AsiaNews.It 07/14/2008 20:18

Chinese leaders need the Olympic Games to be legitimate in the eyes of the world and show off their successes. However, the stability they achieved is a consequence of the Tiananmen massacre. More importantly, keeping up appearances and saving face cannot hide the fact that the government in Beijing is incapable of providing justice to its people. Here is an essay by one of the most influential dissidents in today’s China.

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