Taiwan Outlaws Transplant Tourism

by Minghui.org Taiwan has officially banned transplant tourism. Legislators amended Taiwan’s Human Organ Transplant Act on June 12, 2015, forbidding illegal organ sales. The Act further stipulates that patients who get organ transplants overseas must provide legal proof of the source of the organs in order to be eligible for medical care in Taiwan. Organs…

China Still Killing and Harvesting Falun Gong

by WESLEY J. SMITH China is a brutal tyranny in which all manner of oppressions are imposed by the government–such as its authoritarian one-child policy–recently praised by VP Joe Biden with faint damnation, while being outright praised by others. More, some of the willingly complicit in the tyranny, such as killing political prisoners and selling their organs. One such participant is kidney buyer…

Australian Officials Condemn the Chinese Regime’s Forced Organ Transplants

By Joshua Philipp, Epoch Times The Chinese Communist Party has been using prisoners of conscience–mainly Falun Gong practitioners, but also Tibetans, Uyghurs, and Christians–as living and unwilling sources for organ transplants. Around the world, as awareness of this atrocity has grown, so too has public condemnation. In Australia, two city council members from Parramatta, a…

China’s Horrific Live Organ Harvest Revealed in Documentary

By Shar Adams, Epoch Times, Larry Ong, Epoch Times and Matthew Robertson, Epoch Times SYDNEY—A harrowing documentary on forced organ harvesting from live prisoners in China has highlighted concerns that the state sanctioned practice continues despite claims by Chinese health officials that it has been stopped. The documentary, Human Harvest: China’s Organ Trafficking, screened on…

Media, Organ Harvesting, and China: An Interview With Ethan Gutmann

By Shelley B. Blank An award winning journalist and author reviews the international press on forced organ harvesting in China. Ethan Gutmann is the author of “The Slaughter” (Prometheus, 2014) and “Losing the New China” (Encounter, 2004). He has written widely on China issues for publications such as the Wall Street Journal Asia, Investor’s Business Daily, Weekly Standard, National…