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Western human rights activism, where is the real humanity?

March 18th, 2010 8 comments

Each year, the U.S. Department of State publishes the annual “The Country Reports on Human Rights Practices” to U.S. Congress, and Western human rights activists and media use it to condemn governments around the world.  In response, China has started in the last few years publishing her own annual reports on the U.S. human rights violations.  The most recent was carried on China Daily, March 12, 2010, in the article, “US Human Rights Record in 2009.” It said:
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Tent Donation Campaign

June 11th, 2008 4 comments

According to government forecasts, up to 3 million tents are desperately needed in the earthquake zone.  Every available tent in China has been redirected to this effort, and other international donors have done their best to help as well.  (Pakistan, notably, has apparently donated every tent it owns to China.)  

Not satisfied with just donating money to a nameless charity, a group of US-based Chinese on MITBBS have formed a group to take direct action.  They are purchasing tents in the United States and shipping them directly to Sichuan.  Below is their story (文章), and an opportunity for you to help.

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