Friday, October 9, 2009

Fang Zheng's New Steps for Freedom

Fang Zheng Dances in Name of Democracy

Fang Zheng – a Chinese Olympic-hopeful whose dreams were crushed as he participated in the Tiananmen Square event – can now walk again, thanks to the U.S. in 2009 followed years of repression by the Chinese Communist Regime. Fang Zheng’s story reveals the power of the human spirit to overcome adversity. His story inspires those who love freedom not only in China but also throughout the world.

Now Fang Zheng is standing up with love, so will ALL Chinese people.

Fang Zheng and wife - Very happy couple with the first dance on October 7th, 2009, at the US Capitol Visitor Center.

Ling Chai and Fang Zheng, both were students at Tiennanmen Square in 1989. Ling Chai escaped to the US, graduated from Princeton, then from Harvard, established her own firm and now is the CEO of Jenzabar. "With all their mightly power, the Communist of China is missing one very important factor: the love for mankind" Ling said.

Congressman Cao Quang Anh congratulated Fang Zheng.

Wednesday, October 7th, 2009 4:00pm
U.S. Capitol Visitor's Center Room #HVC-215
Washington, DC

Sponsoring Organizations
Humanitarian China, Initiatives for China, ChinaAid, Jenzabar Foundation, China Rights Network, Chinese Alliance for Democracy,Federation for a Democratic China

1 comment:

  1. This is great -- I remember seeing photos of people standing in front of tanks in protest, but never knew what happened to these unsung heroes.