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Tuesday, June 4, 2013

The Mission is calling and Warriors should go on

一名自负使命的战士,虽然被迫逃亡漂泊,但最终也不能忘记自己的任务还未完成。一种使命感和内疚感始终围绕在我的心头。 每当六四纪念日来临的时候,我始终能够没有忘记我对自己许下的诺言和任务还未完成。 二十四年前,当隆隆的坦克和无情的枪声粉碎了一颗年轻的心中美好的梦想的时候,我就对自己许下诺言“历史把争取民主和自由的使命交给我们这一代人的时候,我们责无旁贷,任重道远,我要沿着这条路一直走下去,直到生命的尽头”-----这是我在六四期间最后一篇广播稿。 在经历了逃亡和漂泊,亲身见证了美利坚的民主、自由和富强后,我的梦想一直在我的心中激荡,没有丝毫的迷惘,期盼我的祖国有一天也同样民主、自由和富强。 这就是我们六四这一代人的使命, 使命还未完成,勇者需奋力前行。 -------- 纪念六四二十四周年 自由战士

Monday, June 4, 2012

By AUDREY WOZNIAK and GLORIA RIVIERA BEIJING – Today marks the 23rd anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, but in China any mention of that day remains forbidden. The Chinese government, which forbids any recognition of the massacre and the events leading up to it, has taken special measures in the last few days to further censor acknowledgement of the protests. Chinese micro-bloggers on the popular site Sina Weibo particularly felt the effects of censorship. Dissident posts were “harmonized” (removed) in minutes, profile pictures could not be changed, and the candle emoticon was removed. The list of blocked words was extensive, including words, names and numbers that related to the incident from “never forget” to “tank” to “-ism.” On television, the BBC’s channel was blacked out during their segment on Tiananmen. In the square on Sunday a small group of protesters were beaten and detained, Mao’s mausoleum was closed, and large groups of uniformed and plainclothes police monitored the area. Today, it was quiet save for slightly heightened police presence. However, the government hasn’t been able to control all responses to the anniversary. The U.S. Department of State issued a statement acknowledging the loss of life in the massacre, and encouraging the Chinese government’s protection of human rights. The Tiananmen Mothers group called for the end of communist rule, and micro-bloggers have encouraged sympathizers to wear all black and “stroll” in public places. In Hong Kong, a temporary Tiananmen Massacre museum is open for the week, and a book reexamining the events of the Tiananmen Square protests and based on interviews with then-Beijing mayor Chen Xitong is due to be published Friday. The author, Yao Jianfu, told Reuters that Chen Xitong told him that Tiananmen was “a tragedy that should have been averted, but wasn’t.” The book is banned in mainland China. After the death of pro-reform Communist Party leader Hu Yaobang on April 15, 1989, students from many Chinese universities gathered in the thousands in Tiananmen Square, calling for increased government transparency and personal freedoms. After government negotiations failed to clear the square of protesters, who had been occupying Tiananmen for nearly two months, military forces from the People’s Liberation Army took drastic action on June 4, 1989, using tanks, tear gas, and gunfire. The PLA forces opened fire into the crowds, killing what human rights organizations have estimated to be hundreds to thousands of unarmed civilians. The Chinese government has never released official death toll figures.

Monday, June 6, 2011

The June 4th democracy movement is still going on!

Today is the 22nd anniversary of the June 4th democracy movement and the bloody massacre in Tiananmen Beijing China.

The Chinese Communist authorities believe the democracy movement has been suppressed, abetting they made is washing brains,and time will dilute all those bloody memories and they believe finally people are forgetting what had happened.

In 1989,there were hundreds million of Chinese youth who are fighing for their freedom and democracy dream,after the gun shots in Tiananmen,Are they all eally disappeared overnight and never showed up for 22 years ?

The massacre destroyed just the surface but the roots are growing stronger.what they are waiting is just frist spring rain come.

The June 4th democracy movement and massacre has deeply changed my life as those millions of my generation,I kenow,infact,no one is really give up,because I am one of those roots.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011


Osama bin Laden was killed by U.S. troops. This is a piece of a remarkable breaking good news! but in China, the Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu delaied over ten hours before She make a brief response about it,She said the move was the cause of global anti-terrorism An "important event " and so on.

In this regard, I believe, how even a "victory " is not really the US and the international community even made? The wording sounds kind of low-key and cautious impressive. Is this the official after a day of intensive consultations, then a formal statement made to it? People could not only learn a trace of joy, on the contrary, it touches people feel some sort of unspeakable suffering. The true is:Communist China does not seem to want to see this.

Bin Laden's death, all the evil regime of the world is a shock and awe! Look at the attitude of the international communities,it is easy to know who is happy, who is terrified of !

Friday, April 29, 2011

Sunflower seeds and a democratic China



Free Ai Weiwei !!
Chinese Communist Authorities is still a tyranny oppressing the Chinese people.
Mr.Ai Weiwei has been "disapear" for weeks BUT Chinese authorities has not confirm his illegal detention.
Mr. Ai Weiwei is a world renowned artist who spoke for the victims of the tainted milk powder scandal of 2008 in China and of the thousands of school children who died during the 2008 Sichuan earthquake as a result of substandard school buildings. His outspoken critique of the government of the Peoples Republic of China has caused him to be now detained on some as yet to be determined trumped up charges.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Jasmine Revolution in China



Since the protests started in Tunisia and spread to Egypt and the rest of the Middle East, China has been actively blocking the internet for a number of sensitive words such as 'Egypt' and 'Mubarak' and photos of the peaceful protests but allowed reports and photos on violence. The 'Jasmine Revolution' called for Sunday, February 20 at various sites in China by an anonymous posting outside of China brought police and security personnel to those sites named in the posting. Is that call a trap set by the PRC government?
Interestingly although the word 'Jasmine Revolution' has been used to identify Tunisia's protests, the Chinese folk song 'Jasmine Flowers' was performed by Chinese-American violinist Lynn Chang during the Nobel Peace Prize award ceremony in Oslo for the 2010 Nobe Peacel Laureate Liu Xiaobo who was imprisoned by the PRC. Regardless of whether it was a genuine call for protests or a trap set by the PRC government to bring out potential dissidents, the jasmine flower has now become a new symbol to be used by the Chinese people to show their desire for freedoms. If it was indeed a trap set by the PRC government, the government must have regretted it as the word 'jasmine' has now been blocked.

Friday, December 10, 2010

Chinese college students break through the blockade!!


On the day when Nobel Committee in Oslo held a grand ceremony for the Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu,XiaoBo, On the day that The Chinese Communist authorities blocked all related reports of the ceremony on TV, radio,Internet and arrested hundred of people, a group of brave Chinese College student in Huanan hang up a big red banner says:"Congratulations Liu won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2010, Thanks people all around the world have not forgotten Chinese people! "

The Banner was hang up only 3 mins then was taken by authorities,but this shows just like 21 years ago the young college students are still the hope and main power to push and move forward the Chinese democracy and freedom,They just wait for the time,Change will happen it is just mater of time.