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A Tale of Two Buildings

 

 

The building of the police station in Zhenjiang Town, Jiangsu province commenced in 2008, and was first used as police station in September 2009. By November 2009, the local government decided that the area would be used for commercial development....so the compound was demolished.

The scandal was exposed by Chinese bloggers and resulted in wide criticism by Chinese internet users. Photos of the luxurious compound were spread on many website and blogs, and also, photos of some schools in the area, contrasting the two buildings and communist priorities.

 

Zhenjiang schoolchildren in their classroom. (screenshot)

Zhenjiang school children entering the school. (screenshot).

The red characters say Zhenjiang Police Station (screenshot)

The luxurious compund being demolished after 2 months of use. (screenshot)

 

 

DC Hip-Hop Artist Jamil Lawrance PDF Print E-mail
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He's been a hip-hop artist since high-school.

Jamil Lawrance AKA Rise-Ascend, Rapper:
"I've done a lot of, a significant amount of albums...and we developed a following."

And in 2009, attorney and part time rapper, Jamil Lawrance would embark on a path that would change him, and his music, forever.

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'When I found out that the Chinese government actually does organ harvesting, they actually take the organs of living practitioners and they actually sell those organs on the black market, that's something that is appalling to the highest degree. Human beings are generally good people, and if you tell them that this type of thing is going on they will not stand for that, and no matter where this is taking place in the world they're going to stand up and say this has to end."

So Jamil got back in the studio. Adopting the name Rise-Ascend, he dedicated his music to raising awareness about the persecution, and spreading messages about Falun Gong.

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Jamil's Journey

 

 

Hurry Up, Tell The World

 

Dépêchez-vous, dites-le au monde

Last Updated on Monday, 30 July 2012 02:26
 

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