Jing Zhang, Author at The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Jing Zhang
Jing Zhang is president of Women’s Rights in China. She suffered five years in prison for her belief in freedom and democracy. After leaving China, she spent 20 years building a career as a newspaper editor in Hong Kong and the United States. She founded Women’s Rights in China in 2007. Her website is https://wrchina.org.
by | Jun 15, 2012

During these last few weeks, media reports about Chen Guangcheng’s arrival in New York and China’s brutal one-child policy continue to raise awareness in the United States about a real war on women. China’s one-child policy is supported by the…

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