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A Law Professor’s Last Class – The 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre

On January 3, 2008, at the China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing, Professor Xiao Han held his last class for the winter semester. In defiance of the Communist Party, the topic was the Tiananmen Square Massacre on June 4, 1989.

The Professor told everyone, “Many of them [the college students] left their blood behind on the square, the square on which only one dead body [Mao Zedong] now lies. The blood shed back then cannot possibly be washed away and will outlast any tangible tombstone.”

To future judges and attornyes, Prof. Xiao lectured on, “I hope you keep a lively, independent and free soul. Particularly I would like to wish everyone of you, despite the filthy and degenerated environment, please hold up your unblemished integrity.”

His lecture transcript entitled, “The Last Class: How Should We Live Our Lives?” was posted online and spread instantly among Chinese Internet users.

Source: The Epoch Times, Janaury 12, 2007
http://www.epochtimes.com/gb/8/1/12/n1974905.htm

Chinese Farmers Want Human Rights Not Olympics

On June 1, China Affairs published a petition letter containing 2,913 signatures of farmers from Toulin Town of Fujin City demanding their rights to land the government had seized. The letter also listed Wang Guiling and Yu Changwu as the group’s representatives for the group along with their cell phone numbers. [1]  On June 2, The Epoch Times posted an article titled “Chinese Farmers Demand that Human Rights Be Placed Before the Olympics”. [2] Epoch Times interviewed the villagers in an area near Fujin City.

Falun Gong – a Top but Secret Issue for the Communist Party

The Chinese Communist Party has kept the Falun Gong issue at the top of its agenda and accused the United States and other Western countries of supporting Faluln Gong for the purpose of political penetration and the peaceful transformation of China. The Communist Party acknowledges that there are a lot more Falun Gong practitioners in China than what the Chinese media have previously reported. The Communist Party has directed the Chinese media not to report this specific Party directive.

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