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International Effort Brings Attention to Gao Zhisheng’s Case

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

ChinaAid Association
(OSLO -- Dec. 8, 2010) On International Human Rights Day this Friday, Dr. Liu Xiaobo will be awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize at a ceremony in Oslo. President of ChinaAid Bob Fu was given the honor of an invitation to attend the ceremony.

Although many will travel from across the globe to attend the ceremony, the honored guest, Dr. Liu, will be continuing his 11-year prison sentence in a dark cell in China.
To coincide with these two major events, ChinaAid is mobilizing an international effort
to continue to raise awareness about the plight of missing human rights lawyer Gao
Zhisheng, who was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2008 and 2010.
Fu, in Oslo, will be joined by a number of European human rights activists, lawyers, leaders of nongovernmental organizations and citizens to deliver nearly 150,000 signatures to Chinese embassies and consulates around the world. He will also meet with Norwegian Parliament members and other world leaders to press for religious freedom and rule of law in China.
The following is a list of those who are either personally submitting the petition or
helping to coordinate this international effort:
Mona Zhimin Tang, atelierchina@live.nl or +32-14-708516
Willlem Amendt, willemamendt@wanadoo.nl

Sandy Gallen, sandy@persecution.co.nz

Amanda Machado (contact Tracy Oliver, Tracy@ChinaAid.org or 267-210-8278)

Mona Zhimin Tang, atelierchina@live.nl or +32-14-708516; Dennis Barbion

Zhang Jian, Jesusloveyou64@hotmail.com

Kiri Kankhwende, Kiri@csw.org.uk or +44 (0) 7823 329663
Matthew Price, international@lawcf.org

Mexico City
Linda Picard Moreno, iglesiaperseguidamex@hotmail.com
Linda Asesora, ipmxvom@hotmail.com

OsloLisa Winther, winther@nmio.no or +47 47416202

ParisNicolas Duval, nicolas.duval@neuf.fr

Chuncheon, South Korea
Judette Saintil (contact Tracy Oliver, Tracy@ChinaAid.org or 267-210-8278)

SydneyRev. John Wilson and Ray Wadeley, jwilson@persecution.com.au or +61-406421552

TokyoCintron Crankfield (contact Tracy Oliver, Tracy@ChinaAid.org or 267-210-8278)

Washington D.C.Tara Plochocki (contact Tracy Oliver, Tracy@ChinaAid.org or 267-210-8278)
Gao, not heard from since April 20, is believed to be in the hands of the Chinese
government. The past few months have been hectic for his relatives. As they search for
answers, they are either met with opposition or silence.
This international effort is sure to bring worldwide attention to this case and strengthen
the effort to free Gao Zhisheng.
“I applaud the decision of the Nobel Peace Committee for its right decision to award Dr. Liu Xiaobo for his brave advocacy for basic freedom for Chinese citizens," said Fu, "but the fact that hundreds of thousands of human rights defenders like Gao Zhisheng, peaceful house church believers and other faithful as well as innocent petitioners are still suffering forced disappearance to imprisonment shows the international community should do more to hold the repressive Chinese government more accountable."
For more information on Gao Zhisheng, visit www.FreeGao.com

China Aid Contacts
Rachel Ritchie, English Media Director
Cell: (432) 553-1080 | Office: 1+ (888) 889-7757 | Other: (432) 689-6985
Email: r.ritchie@chinaaid.org
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