Zhiwen Wang was imprisoned for 15 years, most of it in Tianhe, a notorious labor camp in China’s northeast. During that time, Zhiwen was tortured and abused by prison authorities in an attempt to make him renounce his adherence to…
Prisoners of conscience are murdered on demand for their organs in China to supply a state-run transplant industry where one out of five transplant recipients are believed to be from overseas, says a leading expert in the issue.
Tina’s Story is about a young woman living in Melbourne under a protection visa after leaving her home in Mainland China from persecution for her belief.
Chinese state-run media have been making the most out an international organ transplant conference held in Hong Kong from Aug. 18-23, saying that the event vindicates China’s controversial organ transplant industry. As an example, state-run Global Times said the conference…
When documentary-film producer Kay Rubacek first heard about state-sanctioned live organ harvesting in China, she found it hard to believe.
The performance of Taiwanese children’s choir “Hope,” scheduled to perform on July 20, was cancelled by the Cantonese host in China because they sang the national anthem of Taiwan on President Tsai Ing-wen’s inaugural ceremony.
For a number of reasons, plastinated human body exhibits have always been controversial, especially if they use bodies from factories in China. Now, these exhibits have become even more contentious after a prominent Canadian human rights lawyer has stated there…
Back in 2006, an investigative report into state-sanctioned organ harvesting from non-consenting prisoners of conscience in China gained worldwide attention.
The U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed a bipartisan resolution condemning the Chinese state’s harvesting of organs from prisoners of conscience on June 13.
On June 4, the people of Hong Kong did what the people in China can’t — thousands gathered in Victoria Park to remember the Tiananmen Square massacre that shocked the world 27 years ago.