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Champion for Human Rights, Harry Wu Served 19 Years in China’s Laogai [Prison Labor Camps]

By Ann Noonan

Dear Ms. Fengshi Yang
Mr. Yongyi Song,
Mr. Gordon Chang,
Mr. Jeff Fiedler and
Mr. David Welker:

We are a group of Laogai Survivors and supporters of Laogai Survivors. Some of us have donated items for exhibits as well as documents for display and research as evidence to demonstrate the plight of the countless number of victims of the Laogai System in China.

Dear Ms. Fengshi Yang, Mr. Miles Maochun Yu, Mr. Gordon Chang, Mr. Jeff Fiedler and Mr. David Welker,

We are a group of Laogai Survivors and supporters of Laogai Survivors. Some of us have donated items for exhibits as well as documents for display and research as evidence to demonstrate the plight of the countless number of victims of the Laogai System in China.

We are fulfilling Harry's legacy: To publish the Human Rights Crimes of the People's Republic of China (PRC), namely and especially the LAOGAI Forced Labour camps and the Organ Harvest. - The LAOGAI Research Foundation Washington DC (LRF) seems to have given up the original goals, and spends the donated money elsewhere. They gave up this website, closed the museum, fired all employees including Harry Wu's designated successor.

The LAOGAI Museum is not a private affair*). The LAOGAI Museum is National Heritage of the United States and Heritage of the Free World. We call on US-Congress, US-Senat and all democratic Politicians to transfer the Museum into reliable hands.

The following is an article received by Human Rights Watch, for more information, see the contact information at the end of the article. 

 

Drop Charges, End Coerced Confessions and Detentions of Lawyers, Activists

Tribute to Harry Wu

By: Chen Duanzhao

My Time with Harry: A Memorial

By: Feng Zhixuan, fellow sufferer

 

When I heard the news about the sudden death of Harry I was very surprised and sad! I was shocked with grief. He was an anti-rightist laojiao friend who, in the 1950s had suffered the same fate as me.

Life is fleeting. We know our time is limited on this earth. Time is particularly valuable. As a Buddhist I believe in reincarnation, but life in our present being, our present spirit is ephemeral.

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