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Human rights in China

About the project

We are a comic book project that seeks to use a popular literary means to draw attention to the mass abuse of prisoners of conscience in China for organ transplants. We want to artfully portray the story of an international investigation based on actual events. What are we trying to change? People’s indifference to evil, to evoke interest and dispel apathy. What can you change if you support the project? More…

Story line

We have prepared a script and the first drawings for a comic book, in which more than a dozen characters of real people appear. They have been involved in the investigation of serious crimes in China. Three of them were nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.

The story begins in 2006. It follows the fate of a girl who, forced by circumstances, seeks help from an organ transplant provider in a Chinese hospital. She flies to China to receive a heart transplant for a large sum of money. In front of the hospital, she accidentally stumbles into a journalist who is searching for evidence of the secretive H5N1 bird flu epidemic. During the investigation, he discovers a detention camp with several thousand prisoners by chance, which adjoins the hospital.

A dangerous investigation begins, which reveals an even more dangerous truth. More…

Sources

Below we offer several sources, investigative reports and references dealing with the investigation of cases of abuse of prisoners of conscience in China for organ transplantation:

……………………….. ETAC – International Coalition of Investigators

……………………….. International Judicial Tribunal in London (2019)

……………………….. Bloody Harvest – investigative Report (2006-2009)

……………………….. The Slaughter – seven years of field research (2014)

……………………….. Summary investigative Report – B.H.S. An Update (2016)

……………………….. International Response to Investigation Reports – Summary (COHRC)

Human rights in China