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Thanks to your help, “Xingjuan” was saved from being given away to strangers

Xingjuan was eleven months old when we found her.  She is a rare third daughter in her family.  Rare, because even second daughters are at risk of being aborted or abandoned under China’s Two Child Policy.  Few third daughters are … Continue reading

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MARCH FOR LIFE D.C: VIRTUALLY “MARCHING” TO SAVE BABY GIRLS AND ABANDONED WIDOWS IN CHINA

Like so many, we were disappointed that the March for Life was virtual this year.   The March for Life has long been one of the highlights of our year.  There is no substitute for the energy of being in … Continue reading

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CHINA CLAIMS IT HAS “EMANCIPATED” UYGHUR WOMEN FROM BEING “BABY-MAKING MACHINES”

“In the process of eradicating extremism, the minds of Uygur [sic] women were emancipated . . . making them no long [sic] baby-making machines.”  This quote is taken from an article recently appearing in the Chinese Communist Party-owned China Daily, claiming that the “eradication of extremism” has helped … Continue reading

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Breakpoint/Colson Center Reggie Interview: God’s Image in a Little Girl

I am grateful to Breakpoint and the Colson Center for highlighting our life-saving work in China.   This Breakpoint piece focuses on my work at Mother Teresa’s home for abandoned children in Calcutta.  I tried to feed a small girl … 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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Int’l Day of Democracy – Socialism Is Hell

“Socialists promise heaven on earth, but always end up giving you a one-way ticket to hell.”  — Jennifer Zeng “The goal of socialism is communism.”  — Vladimir Lenin September 15 is the International Day of Democracy – a day when … 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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