Film Exposing Forced Organ Harvesting in China Wins UK Award

BY EPOCH TIMES LONDON—A documentary about the killing of tens of thousands of Chinese prisoners of conscience for their organs has won the 2015 Association for International Broadcasting (AIB) award for best international investigative documentary. It follows the film’s receipt of aprestigious Peabody award earlier this year. On winning the most recent award, director Leon…

A screening of ‘Hard to Believe’.

BY PROFESSOR MARIA A. FIATARONE SINGH, MD, FRACP Today I woke up to the news that a former seminarian from Australia urged Tory ministers in London to ignore their consciences and the “wholesome instinct” to love thy neighbour. “Implicitly or explicitly, the imperative to “love your neighbour as you love yourself” is at the heart…

CHINA’S SEMANTIC TRICK WITH PRISONER ORGANS

BY KIRK C ALLISON, NORBERT W PAUL, MICHAEL E SHAPIRO, CHARL ELS, AND HUIGE LI. On 3 December 2014, the director of the China Organ Donation Committee and former vice-minister of health, Huang Jiefu, announced that China would cease using death-row prisoners’ organs for transplantation after January 2015. Since then, many medical professionals and international…

Working with China: U.S. needs to push back against China’s growing dominance

By David Kilgour | David vs. David Diplomats, politicians and business leaders sometimes overlook that China is its peoples, cultures and history far more than its unelected government. The criticisms many of us at home and abroad make are of the party-state governance, not the long-suffering citizens. Mao remains the overarching governance icon. Jung Chang and…