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UK media: Help Resident’s Family Member in China Labor Camp

Posted by Author on April 19, 2007

Wenjian Liang and her husband Zhiyong LinUK City Nottingham’s newspaper The Evening Post published an report titled “Help free my sister from Chinese labor Camp” on yesterday, telling the story of local resident Jane Liang’s family members in China has been put into labor camp because of their belief, and now asking for international help to rescue them.

Wenjian Liang, 39, Jane Liang’s younger sister, lives in Guangzhou, China, with her husband Zhiyong Lin (photo left).

The couple was taken away from home in Guangzhou on Saturday 10 February by over ten policemen in plain clothes, while her family were spending time together with two other families (including 3 children), ahead of the Chinese New Year.

They all have been sentenced to 2 years in a labour camp, without trial.

They are Falun Gong practitioners.

It’s believed that this arrest resembles numerous recent incidents where the communist regime targets educated Falun Gong adherents who could access the Internet, particularly the blocked Falun Gong and Quitting CCP websites.

And also these arrests are thought to be part of the preparation for the Beijing Olympics in 2008. The 2 year sentences effectively putting them away till after the Olympics.

Jane’s family has setup an online petition to secure her sister’s release. Please visit this petition site to show your support.News report- rescue wenjian liang

Please visit Jane’s family petition site to show your support.

3 Responses to “UK media: Help Resident’s Family Member in China Labor Camp”

  1. Shahab said

    Same here! but we still have some choices. I really didn’t know that china has similar conditions to our country. Close relations are becoming meaningful.

    I am afraid yes. Some companies make such deals. I love to exchange thoughts and view points with you about china.

    Glad to meet you here!
    Regards.

  2. chinaview said

    Thanks Shahab. I live outside China, fortunately.

    You may heard that an Chinese Dissident was sentenced to 10 years in prison last year by Chinese authority only because of sending an email (from Yahoo account) to friend advocating democratic reform and a multi-party system.

    If I’m inside China, you won’t have chance to see the posts here.

    The worst thing is, some western companies, like Yahoo, who provide the content of the email to China, are helping the Chinese regime persecute the Chinese people.

    Welcome come back and appreciated to drop your words here.

  3. Shahab said

    Hi
    I was really looking after such blog. so nice. Are you living in china? I’ll keep watching on your blog.

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