At least, today, as an investigative journalist, I am extremely grateful.
The issues surrounding environmentalism today are extremely complex: The movement has used sensational rhetoric and people’s genuine desire to protect the environment to create a global political movement. Many participants are well-meaning, have a sense of justice, and truly care about the future of mankind.
The State Department’s annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices, released on March 13, highlighted China as one of the worst human rights abusers and may have signaled there will be a future investigation of forced organ harvesting in the country.
Jennifer Zeng, a journalist and human rights activist who has been active in raising awareness around the world about the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in China, visited Israel in early February 2019.
He thought hard, then slowly spelled out his conclusion: “Doomsday.” /他想了片刻，慢慢吐出四個字：「滅頂之災。」
For the first time ever, persecuted faith groups in China and human rights organizations are forming a coalition to advance religious freedom in China, with the backing of the Trump administration and members of congress.
I need to break this invisible shield and prison. /我要打破自己的這座牢籠。
To expose the torture that was part of China’s preparations for the Olympic Games, he orchestrated an escape attempt from a labor camp that sounds like something from Hollywood…
While President Donald Trump is heading to Hanoi, Vietnam, with hopes for making progress at the second Trump-Kim summit, experts are speculating about possible outcomes.
I surrender between here and horizons/where beauty with my own becoming/breathes moments into silence.