Tag Archives: China

Today is World Children’s Day – “Third Daughter” Saved in China

“Zhilan’s” mom was ready to give her away to strangers, until she talked to our fieldworker! November 20 is World Children’s Day, commemorating the day in 1959 when the UN General Assembly adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Child.  … Continue reading

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Chinese Widow Lixue Lost her Husband, her Son, and her Will to Live

Lixue is seventy-two years old.  Her husband passed away twenty-eight years ago from lung cancer.  Tragically, her only child, a son, committed suicide in June 2020, at age 26, just one month before our fieldworker found her. We may have … Continue reading

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China’s One Child Policy Turns 40 — Forced Abortion and Infanticide Continue

According to an August, 2020 report by Radio Free Asia: Every hospital had a family-planning unit that was responsible for implementation [of China’s Two-Child Policy] – who had how many kids, when they’d given birth to them – they tracked … Continue reading

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Coercive Population Control in China – Join me online Friday at 11:00 EDT

Dear Friends, Friday, September 25 is the 40th anniversary of China’s One Child (now Two Child) Policy.  Please join me, and Dr. Adrian Zenz, Senior Research Fellow in China Studies at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, for an online, … Continue reading

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Chinese Baby Girl Saved from Sex-Selective Abortion at 6 months

This adorable three-week-old baby girl is “Jiao” (her name has been changed to protect her identity) – and she will never know how hard her brave mother fought to keep her alive.  Jiao’s mother wept as she told our undercover … Continue reading

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WATCH: Reggie Discusses Forced Abortion in Xinjiang, China

Dear Friend, I am grateful to Ireland’s Pro-Life Campaign for interviewing me about our work in China, and especially about the human rights atrocities the Chinese Communist Party is committing against the Uyghur women in Xinjiang/East Turkistan.  These include forced … Continue reading

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Chen Guangcheng’s Speech at the RNC — Transcript and Link

TRANSCRIPT Greetings.  My name is Chen Guangcheng.  Standing up to tyranny is not easy.  I know.  When I spoke out against China’s One Child Policy and other injustices, I was persecuted, beaten, sent to prison, and put under house arrest … Continue reading

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Chinese Valentine’s Day: We Saved This Baby Girl from being “Given Away.”

August 25th is the Qixi Festival — China’s Valentine’s Day — an important day for young Chinese girls.  Will you “Save a Girl” – a girl like Ming Mei — for China’s Valentine’s Day? Look at beautiful baby Ming Mei! … Continue reading

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Reggie Interviewed by Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk – Part 1 of 2

Dear Friend, I am grateful to Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk for interviewing me about our work “Saving Women in China.”  The conversation was so rich that one interview became two.  This first interview is very personal, in which we … Continue reading

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INTERNATIONAL WIDOWS DAY – CHINA TRIES TO FORCE WIDOW TO RENOUNCE HER FAITH

One of many widows helped by our “Save a Widow” campaign A Catholic widow in Fuzhou city, Jiangxi province, has had her pension revoked because she refused to renounce her faith. According to a report in Bitter Winter, the elderly … Continue reading

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