Grace Charity Foundation Double Trail Run/Walk Fundraiser

Grace CharityGrace Charity Double Trail Run/Walk Fundraiser

Grace Charity Foundation since 1994 has helped poor mountainous children in remote areas of China Guangxi, Yunnan,  Jiangxi, Shannxi and  Guizhou Provinces.

On the 07 October, 2010 I wrote here that a generous donation of new shoes for children at Grace Charity Xiuwen County, Guiyang was made with photos of the children holding their shoe boxes.

More here about Grace Charity Foundation

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Obama Administration: ‘Substantially Improved the Tranquility of the Global Community’

U.S. Public Education Mediocrity: Worldwide, American Teenagers 9th in Financial Literacy

China Shanghai(WSJ) China Shanghai Teenagers World’s Most Financially Literate
U.S. Teenagers 9th in the World

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Hong Kong Residents Participation in ‘Unofficial Election’ Draws Beijing Anger

Hong KongHundreds of Thousands in Hong Kong Voted in ‘Unofficial Election’
that Drew Beijing Ire –Image: BBC  (Chinese)

Hong Kong Pro -Democracy VoteHong Kong Pro-Democracy Vote Hit by Severe Cyberattacks –WSJ Asia

(NY Times)  Hundreds of thousands of Hong Kong residents did something on Friday that no one in Mainland China ever do, they participated in a free vote over their political future.

The China regime promptly denounced the entire election process calling it “illegal and invalid,” and “an outright challenge to the basic law” that provides for the city’s foundation.

On the 11 June, I wrote here that the China regime warned Hong Kong residents that there are limits to their autonomy and it should adhere strictly to the rules established by totalitarian Marxist Beijing for the maintenance of good public order.

One must very much admire Hong Kong residents pro-democracy tenacity and activism.

Related: Former HK Official Says UK Failing to Defend Democracy

Hong Kong and China Regime: A Showdown Looms –Economist

China Regime Warns Hong Kong Over Autonomy

China Hong KongChina Wants to Silence Speech in Hong Kong as Thousands Commemorated 25th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre 04 June  Image BBC

(Reuters) China regime warned Hong Kong on Tuesday, that there are limits to its autonomy and it should adhere strictly to the rules established by totalitarian Marxist Beijing for the maintenance of ‘good’  public order.

On the 04 June, Chinese Human Rights activist Chen Guangcheng speaking exclusively to France 24 News said the China regime fears a new ‘Tiananmen’ style movement adding that, democracy is inevitable in China, warning that if the regime continues to use violence, it could provoke a violent and bloody revolution.

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China Oppose Inclusion in UN Debate Human Rights & Rule of Law

China Regime Now Targeting Lawyers’ Lawyers –RFA

China Regime Decries Call to Name D.C. Street After Chinese Human Rights Activist Liu XiaoBo

Liu Xiao-Bo Address Change

(Reuters) China regime today criticized a group of Congressional Members calling on Washington, to name a street near the Chinese Embassy, after imprisoned human rights activist Liu XiaoBo calling it a “provocation” and “ignorant.”

On the 08 December, 2008 the Chinese regime arrested prominent human rights activist Liu XiaoBo after he co-authored Charter 08 a 2008 manuscript which was signed by hundreds of Chinese citizens calling for Democratic reforms in China and an end to Chinese Communism one party rule.

In 2009 I wrote here that Chinese authorities launched a huge crackdown on signatories of “Charter 08″  which had been hailed as the most significant act of public dissent against the China regime since the Tiananmen Square pro-democracy protests that were crushed nearly 25 years ago next month.

More here from ‘Go Petition’ Free Liu XiaoBo

China Regime Detains or Closely Watches “Tiananmen Families” Ahead of 25th Anniversary

Tiananmen Students 1989100,000+ Students Led Protests of the China Regime in ‘Tiananmen Square’ in 1989 –Image: Maxime Duprez@Twitter

China Regime Doesn't Want You To SeeChina Regime Would Like to Suppress Pictures Such as This One of the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre –Image: Richard Waghorne@Twitter

Tiananmen Square MothersJune 4th at 25: Resisting Enforced Amnesia, Building a Just Future –HRIC

(RFA) Chinese authorities have detained or placed under close surveillance  the relatives of those who were murdered or maimed in the 1989 military crackdown on student-led protesters in Tiananmen Square ahead of the 25th Anniversary of the tragic event on the 04 June

Ding Zilin, founder of the ‘Tiananmen Mother’s’ group is presently being detained and unable to return home in an unknown location outside of Beijing–You aged 61, whose husband died from gunshot wounds during the massacre, said many more group members have been placed under tight security ahead of the sensitive 25th Anniversary of the 04 June bloodbath.

“This year the controls placed on us are different than those in previous years,” You said. “Ding isn’t able to return to Beijing and everyone we know with a (Tiananmen) connection is under house arrest–On the 25th Anniversary, they want to silence us so we can’t speak out or hold any memorials,” she said.

Yesterday I wrote here that Florida Democrat Congressman Joe Garcia, claims that “Communism works.” I’m thinking that many that live under the control of the Marxist China Regime, likely do not share Rep Garcia’s sentiments.

Related: Harmonious China Has 500 Protests Daily –Asian Conservatives

China Authoritarianism Challenges Democratic Values –VOA (Chinese)

Fill the Square–Support the Tiananmen Square Mothers –HRIC

Michelle Obama, While in China Criticizing Equal Opportunity in the U.S. Did You Know China Discriminates Against the Disabled?

Michelle Obama Sichuan ProvinceMichelle Obama Visited an English Class in China, Sichuan Province in March and Told Students, ‘There Were Actual Laws in America That Allowed Discrimination Against Black People Like Me’

Michelle Obama, did you learn during your vacation in China that children with disabilities have been discriminated against in education?

China has approximately 85 million people with disabilities according to the United Nations the NY Times reports and experts in the field including professors of special education, human rights officials and lawyers representing the disabled, say the Chinese government, despite some progress, is not doing enough to ensure that people with disabilities have equitable access to education–or really any education at all.

While between 35,000 disabled persons were enrolled in regular higher education institution in China, at the end of 2012 more than 90,000 disabled children in China, had no access to education China Daily reported according to the Ministry of Education.

The Obama’s may want to reconsider citing China as a model of success in education when criticizing the United States on trip abroad.

Obama’s War on Chinese Women, Abortion/Breast Cancer Link Says Recent Study

China Regime Restrictions, Detentions and Disappearances Ahead of the 25th Anniversary of Tiananmen Square Crackdown

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