FIFTY - NINTH ISSUE
(SEMTEMBER 16 - SEMTEMBER 22 2002)
"9.14"should become the national grief day ---Zhao Dagong (Canton)
Threshold of pain of CCP’s morals grows with each passing hour ...Fan Yingzhuo (U.S.A.)
“Tonight, We are Beijing folks” ---Ren Bumei (Mainland)
Elite politics, hooligan will invincibly win ---Shao Buding
Autocracy will be bullied ---Donghaiyixiao (Zejiang)
[Constitutional Democracy and Democratization]
Take mankind's common democratic road of constitutional government --Discuss what kind of constitution theory China needs in the 21st century ...Gong Xiangrui
Review the crisis of the party-state system from "the tax revenue is legal" again ...Wang Yi(Sichuan)
[Yan Jianli and the Movement of Return to China]
Collect signature: Return civil rights to Dr. Yang JianLi --The open letter to Chinese President Mr. Jiang Zemin
Makes a breakthrough and smuggles across border ---Huang Xianming
AIDS people's comrade and liberator ...Zhang YaoJie(Beijing)
Extremely mournful yesterday – Stressing "God Bless America" comemorating the first anniversary of the 9·11 attack... ...Sheng Zhao (Sweden)
IIn order to live under the sunshine
--Read “Farewell Sunshine” by Baiming (part one) ...Yu Jie(Beijing)
From Mao Zedong to Benladdon
--Read Li Rui's book “Mao’s credits and crimes, plus and minus”
Underworld on Internet ...Xue Donghua (U.S.A.)
[Culture and Religion]
The self- profanity of human ...Liu Xiao wave(Beijing)
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