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Delegations

China Aid sponsors delegations of human rights lawyers, faith leaders, and non-governmental organizations (NGO) leaders on fact-finding visits to the United States, Taiwan, United Kingdom and other European countries where they participate in seminars and meetings with experts and leaders in the fields of law, human rights, journalism and international relations. The delegations provide an opportunity for a free exchange of ideas and opinions between Chinese and American scholars, lawyers, faith leaders and human rights advocates. 


2015

China Aid facilitated a delegation to visit Washington, DC and Dallas, including Chinese uhman rights defenders and Dr. Yang Sen-hong and Ms. Ling Yao Chiu of the Taiwan Association for China Human Rights (TACHR) to meet with Members of Congress, State Department officials, the Congressional Executive Commission on China, the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, Freedom House, the National Endowment for Democracy (NED), and the George W. Bush Institute at Southern Methodist University.

2014

China Aid facilitated a delegation to visit Washington, DC, including Chinese journalists, scholars, and human rights lawyers such as Li Baiguang to attend leadership training, observe Congressional mid-term elections, and to meet with Members of Congress, the Congressional Executive Commission on China, State Department officials, the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, Freedom House, and the Heritage Foundation.

China Aid facilitated a delegation to visit Washington, DC, including human rights lawyers Zhang Kai, Xia Jun, Li Heping, and Yang Xingquan to meet with the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, State Department officials, the Congressional Executive Commission on China, and Members of Congress.

China Aid facilitated a delegation to visit Taiwan, including Chinese human rights lawyers and NGO leaders to observe Taiwanese local elections, attend a religious freedom conference at National Taichung University, and meet with Members of Taiwan’s Legislative Yuan.

2013

China Aid led a trans-Atlantic delegation with the blind lawyer Chen Guangcheng to London, Oslo, Brussels, and The Hague to promote human rights and the rule of law in China and meet with foreign government officials and Parliamentarians, the European Union, the Oslo Freedom Forum, the International Criminal Court, and news agencies such as the BBC and the Economist.

2012

China Aid facilitated a delegation to visit Washington, DC, Pennsylvania, and Texas, including scholars Zhang Dajun and Lin Yongqiang, NGO leader Liang Ran, and human rights lawyers Guo Lianhui, Zhang Zanning , Wu Zhaoyang, Li Chunfu, and Lin Qilei to meet with the Members of Congress, State Department officials, the Congressional Executive Commission on China, Human Rights Watch, the Center for Asian Studies at University of Pennsylvania, and Baylor University’s Law School. 

2011

China Aid facilitated a delegation to visit the Netherlands, Brussels, and London, including legal scholar Zhang Dajun and house church leaders to testify at a European human rights forum on the deterioration of human rights, religious freedom and the rule of law in China, to testify before the Human Rights Subcommittee of the European Parliament on the human rights situation in China, and to brief United Kingdom Parliamentarians in the House of Commons and House of Lords.

China Aid facilitated a delegation to visit Washington, DC, including house church leader Zheng Leguo, human rights lawyer Li Renbing, and legal scholar Zhang Dajun to meet with the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, the Congressional Executive Commission on China, lawyers from the Kirkland & Ellis Law Firm, and to participate in a law seminar at George Mason University and meet with journalists at the Washington Times.

2010

China Aid facilitated a delegation to visit Washington, DC, including NGO leader Ran Liang, house church leader Sun Haiping, and human rights lawyers Li Baiguang to meet with Congressional leaders, the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, the Congressional Executive Commission on China, State Department officials, observe Congressional mid-term elections and meet with Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

2009

China Aid facilitated a delegation to visit Washington, DC, including human rights lawyers Jiang Tianyong, Zhang Kai and Dai Jinbo to meet with Members of Congress, State Department officials, and to testify at Congressional hearings convened by the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission and the Congressional Executive Commission on China.

2008

China Aid facilitated a delegation of human rights lawyers, including Zhuang Daohe and Li Dunyong, house church leaders, and other human rights defenders from China to travel to South Korea to meet with South Korean Parliamentarians, former President Kim Young-sam, lawyers from the Korean Bar Association and professors from Handong International Law School.

2007

China Aid facilitated a delegation, though due to security concerns, information is not available.

2006

China Aid facilitated a delegation to visit Washington, DC, including human rights lawyers Guo Feixiong, Yu Jie, Wang Yi and Li Baiguang, to meet with Members of Congress, White House officials, the Congressional Executive Commission on China, and the Hudson Institute. Lawyers Yu, Wang, and Li held a private meeting with President George W. Bush in the White House.

China Aid facilitated a delegation to visit Washington, DC, including human rights lawyers Li Jingsong, Li Subin, Li Jianqiang and journalist Zan Aizong to meet with Members of Congress, State Department officials, China scholars at New York University, and Nick Kristof of the New York Times.

2005

China Aid facilitated a delegation of Chinese human rights lawyers to visit Washington, DC, and New York City, including attorneys Fan Yafeng, Zhang Qianjin, Li Heping, Teng Biao, Chen Huili, Zhang Xingshui, and Wu Lingling to meet with Members of Congress, White House officials, the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, the Congressional Executive Commission on China, State Department officials, and China scholars at New York University.


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—Mrs. Laura Bush

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