Scale of conspiracy alleged by Falun Gong 'impossible'
A prominent Chinese human rights activist in the US has challenged Falun Gong claims that mainland hospitals have harvested organs from thousands of its members.Wednesday, 9 August, 2006, 12:00am
She: Before you start DIGGING IN to your dinner, there's something we have to discuss.
He: Can't it wait until I've eaten? I'm hungry.
She: No. I've DUG OUT some very interesting information about our new neighbour.
He: Oh no! Have you been DIGGING INTO things that aren't your business again?26 Apr 2006 - 12:00am
I would like to express my support for the Hong Kong government's refusal to give a visa to the anti-China campaigner Harry Wu.
Mr Wu, who spent nearly 20 years in prison on the mainland, is overly critical of China's human rights record.2 Jul 2002 - 12:00am
Chinese human rights activist Harry Wu Hongda, who was deported from Hong Kong in April, has been invited to attend a civil rights conference in the territory this month.
The newly elected chairman of the Foreign Correspondents' Club, Thomas Crampton, said Mr Wu would sit on a panel of speakers at a seminar marking the fifth anniversary of the handover.5 Jun 2002 - 12:00am
HARRY Wu is an interesting character. His willingness to put his head in the lion's mouth, after already being badly mauled once, commands respect. His concern for those imprisoned in China commands sympathy.
On television, he comes across as an amiable and unpretentious individual propelled by a strong sense of idealism.30 Aug 1995 - 12:00am
CHINA and the United States should move forward and repair damaged bilateral relations after the Harry Wu Hongda incident, Barbara Franklin, former US commerce secretary, urged.
She said both sides should forge ahead or risk damaging commercial ties.
'What is past is past. We should look forward into the future,' Ms Franklin said.28 Aug 1995 - 12:00am
HARRY WU learned the hard way the importance of buying a return plane ticket.26 Aug 1995 - 12:00am
CHINA's release of a chilling videotape of the alleged 'confession' of detained American human rights activist Harry Wu Hongda is a sad reminder of how little the rule of law can mean on the mainland. It also immensely increases the case for Mr Wu's immediate release.29 Jul 1995 - 12:00am
CHINA says detained American human rights activist Harry Wu Hongda has confessed to deliberately 'falsifying facts' in television reports on organ sales and the export of prison-made goods aired on the BBC last year.28 Jul 1995 - 12:00am
THE Chinese dissident and human rights activist, Harry Wu Hongda, presently being detained in the provincial city of Wuhan, epitomises the heroic and selfless character of the people of China.24 Jul 1995 - 12:00am
BEIJING has issued an internal circular asking officials and state businessmen to raise their guard against 'new Harry Wus'.
Yesterday, Chinese sources said the document was jointly issued by the Ministry of State Security and the State Bureau of Secrets.18 Jul 1995 - 12:00am