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A prayer for Pasadena PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 22 August 2007
By Ann Noonan published in Pasadena Weekly

A Chinese government Rose Parade float would be un-American

I read with great interest Joe Piasecki's article, “Roses are Red,” in a recent edition of the Pasadena Weekly. His piece shared concerns felt by many throughout the United States about the Avery Dennison float representing the Beijing Olympics in the 2008 Rose Parade.

Mr. Piasecki and his paper should win an award. His article has offered hope to many human rights advocates and freedom fighters that the voices of those who suffer in China are not being ignored for the sake of profit.

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The Persecution of Father Guang-Zhong Gu PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 26 April 2008

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Harry Wu to attent Senator-Elect Reverend Ruben Diaz's Inauguration PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 13 January 2003

On Saturday, January 18, 2003, Harry Wu will attend New York State Senator-Elect Reverend Ruben Diaz's Inauguration Celebration in The Bronx. The event is scheduled for 3pm at IS 116 located on Westchester Avenue and Tiffany Street.

"Reverend Diaz's reputation on issues of religious freedom and human rights - particularly on China - has certainly been recognized by many leaders outside of his community," stated the Washington DC-based Harry Wu. "The current situation in China regarding Evangelical Christians and other people of faith is getting much worse. I look forward to meeting New York's newly elected State Senator Diaz - a forceful and principled advocate."

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Blind Faith - Is State department soft on China? PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 25 October 2002

By Ann Noonan

Has the State Department sent a signal to Beijing that it will
downplay concerns over China's notorious and ongoing abuse of believers? That's something U.S.-based defenders of a wide array of hounded and hunted Chinese groups - from "underground" Catholics allied to the Vatican to Falun Gong practitioners - want answered.

Concerns over an apparent Foggy Bottom policy shift were prompted two weeks ago, when John Hanford, U.S. ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom, told a congressional committee that Chinese officials are willing to permit their young to participate in religious Sunday schools and youth camps.

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