Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Flower of the Heart


My blog is called "Voice of True Chinese Patriots", because the Chinese Communist Party uses its propaganda to make people think that people who care about human rights and therefore oppose to the govt. are traitors to China who make things up to damage the image of China. Therefore I hope to use my blog to show that the real case is human rights fighters are those who truly love China's land and people, and to make the world aware of the things that are happening in China. It basically just compose of the things that i care about: traditional Chinese culture and human rights issues in China. Most of the things in my blog are taken from various websites, mainly news websites, but occasionally I would write too. I am really proud of two of the articles that i wrote there. One was written after chatting with a stranger who works in mainland China; he told me how his factory mistreats the workers, how the govt. doesnt care, and how his factory was just a dot in the sea regarding this (http://www.xanga.com/VoiceOfPatriots/668579211/item/). The other is about a Chinese dissident who i know personally; for 5 years he was detained and forced to make export goods for at least 16 hours per day, just because of his faith in Falun Gong and because he wrote about human rights (http://www.xanga.com/VoiceOfPatriots/683746606/item/). The blog is multilangual because I want as many people to know about these things as possble.


I am from Hong Kong and am now going to college in the US. Chinese human rights activist. I have always been more aware of, and care more about Chinese human rights issues than my peers, but it wasn't until 3 years ago (I was almost 16 at that time), when I started practicing Falun Gong, that I began to dig deeper (much deeper actually) and started to do more about it instead of just learning about it. I now go to various social networking sites, forums, blog sites, etc. to raise awareness about human rights issues in China. I also write and translate articles, and I have translated a documentary and checked the translation of a movie, both about the persecution of Falun Gong.

Visit blog Flower of the Heart


  1. You are very courageous to write about such issues. Coincidentally, I recently posted an overview of Falun Gong taken from another blog. You probably know this other blog: http://faluninfo.net

    (You can also see that particular post on my blog: http://terataii.multiply.com)

    Your story of the Chinese dissident is very moving.

  2. The world should have more voices like yours. You are providing a wonderful service to all people by writing about human rights.

  3. Dear Stephanie,

    Human rights are universal; they do not end at borders... This is also a voice of my heart. I hope that in the future all of us really can turn (the world) into a summer breeze somehow. It needs more inspiring woman like you to make it happen.

    Best Wishes!

  4. Many kudos to you for all your endeavors and having the courage to speak out! Keep writing. Keep sharing!