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Short CV of SHENG Xue


   
   
Short CV of SHENG Xue

   
   

    SHENG Xue, a poet, writer, journalist, magazine columnist, a political commentator on radio and television, and an advocate for democracy and human rights in China.
   
    She is Vise-President of the Federation for a Democratic China(She was President from 2012 to 2017), an international organization for the promotion of democracy in China, Chairperson of June 4th Massacre Investigation and Member of the Head Committee of Forum for Democratization of China and Asia(FDCA). SHENG Xue was elected as the vice-president of Writers for Pease Committee of PEN International 2016. SHENG Xue was chosen as one of Canada's Stories for the 150’s birthday of Canada by MACLEAN’S : http://www.macleans.ca/news/canada/sheng-xue-on-life-after-tiananmen-square/
   
    SHENG Xue is also the Co-Founder for China Rights Network, Canada, a coalition that unites communities that have suffered under China’s rule. She is a long-term supporter for the cause of human rights and freedom for Tibetan, Uyghur, Mongolian and other ethnic groups.
   
    In 2001, SHENG Xue won The Canadian Association for Journalists Award for Investigative Journalism, and the National Magazine Award – the first Chinese Canadian so honoured.
   In 2005, she won The National Ethnic Press and Media Council Award for Journalism.
    In 2012, she received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.
    In 2016, SHENG Xue was chosen as one of 110 Canadians as Canada's Stories for its 150 years by MACLEAN’S: http://www.macleans.ca/canadas-stories/ SHENG Xue is the people of year 1962: http://www.macleans.ca/news/canada/sheng-xue-on-life-after-tiananmen-square/ Maclean’s released the special issue on July 1, 2016 the 150’s birthday of Canada. Maclean’s said: Those who have witnessed history—and those making it now—share incredible stories of triumph, tragedy and unwavering patriotism.
   
    In December 2016, SHENG Xue was awarded the first Crow Poetry Award by North American Crow Poetry Society
   
    SHENG Xue was a Writer-in-Residence at Carlton and McMaster universities in and the Writer in Exile of the city of Edmonton and University of Alberta from 2007 to 2010.
   
    SHENG Xue grew up in Beijing and moved to Canada soon after the Tiananmen Square (June 4th) Massacre in Beijing in 1989. She has been banned from visiting her home country ever since because of her writing, public speaking, and human rights and political activities.
   
   
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    SHENG Xue, also known as Reimonna Sheng, is the pen name of ZANG Xihong.
   
    SHENG Xue grew up in Beijing and moved to Canada soon after the Tiananmen Square Massacre (June 4th) in Beijing in 1989. She has been banned from visiting her home country ever because of her writing, public speaking, and human rights and political activities. She tried to return to China in 1996, but was detained once she arrived at Beijing international airport, and was sent back to Canada one day later.
   
    SHENG Xue is a key leader of overseas Chinese pro-democratic movement, an outspoken critic of the Chinese government’s human rights record and a long-term advocate for democracy and human rights in China, since 1989.
   
    SHENG Xue is the Vice President of the Federation for a Democratic China (FDC), she was elected President on October of 2012, during the FDC’s 11th Global Congress and end its term in 2017) of an international organization for the promotion of democracy in China, Chairperson of June 4th Massacre Investigation, and Member of the Head Committee of Forum for Democratization of China and Asia (FDCA).
   
    SHENG Xue was elected as the vice-president of Writers For Pease Committee of PEN International in May 2016.
   
    SHENG Xue is also the Co-Founder of China Rights Network, Canada, a coalition of a number of organizations and communities united by their opposition to the policies of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and suffering under China’s rule. She is a long-term supporter for the cause of human rights and freedom for Tibetan, Uyghur, Mongolian and other ethnic groups.
   
    SHENG Xue launched the activity of Ten Dollar Can in 2004, which is to encourage people to donate Ten Dollars per month and send to the writers and journalists in prison, as well as other political prisoners, in China. In 1994 in Toronto, She initiated the Association for Promotion of Human Rights in China.
   
    SHENG Xue joined the FDC in February 1990 and was elected as a member of the 1st edition of the FDC’s Board. In April 1990, she was elected as the Vice-President of the FDC’s Canadian Branch. She had been the elected Vice-President of the FDC from 2000 to 2012.
   
    SHENG Xue is a member of PEN Canada and a member of The Independent Chinese PEN Center (ICPC), both of which belong to the International PEN, an organization of writers who fight for the protection of freedom of expression and publication. She is also a member of the Writers in Prison Committee of ICPC.
   
    SHENG Xue was the Canadian correspondent of Radio Free Asia from 1997 to 2014, and the North American correspondent of Voice of Germany from 2006 to 2008. She is also a regular political commentator or columnist for a couple of media, such as magazines, radios and Televisions, and has published a large number of articles analyzing China’s political situation.
   
    In 2001, SHENG Xue won the “Canadian Association for Journalists Award“ for Investigative Journalism, and the “National Magazine Award“ – the first Chinese Canadian so honored for both.
   
    In 2005, SHENG Xue won the “National Ethnic Press and Media Council Award“ for Journalism, for her outstanding achievements, contributions and community service, and in recognition of her efforts, leadership, courage and dedication for the promotion of multiculturalism and human rights, respect of human and cultural values, and integrity.
   
    In 2001, SHENG Xue investigated China’s most prominent smuggling case and published a book (in Chinese), Unveiling the Yuan Hua Case, which soon became a best seller in Chinese communities outside mainland China and created shock waves both inside and outside China. The Propaganda Department of the Central Committee of the CCP immediately banned the book.
   
    A collection of SHENG Xue’s essays (in Chinese), Lyricism From a Fierce Critic, was published in August 2008 by United Writers Press, Hong Kong. United Writers Press also published a collection of SHENG Xue’s poems (in Chinese), Seeking the Soul of Snow, in January 2008. Both of the books have been banned by the authorities in mainland China.
   
    SHENG Xue starred two Canadian movies, Chinese Chocolate, in 1995, and Small Pleasures, in 1993. She also starred a stage drama (in Chinese), He-Zhu’s New Match, in 1997.
   
    On September 29, 2012, Jason Kenney, the Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism, on behave of the Canadian government, awarded SHENG Xue the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, in front of about 50 Asian political exiles, in recognition of her great efforts and outstanding achievements in getting a number of groups together on the common ground of democracy and human rights, and her significant contribution to the social and ethnic solidarity of Canada.
   
    In 2016, SHENG Xue was chosen as one of 110 Canadians as Canada's Stories for its 150 years by MACLEAN’S: http://www.macleans.ca/canadas-stories/ SHENG Xue is the people of year 1962: http://www.macleans.ca/news/canada/sheng-xue-on-life-after-tiananmen-square/ Maclean’s released the special issue on July 1, 2016 the 150’s birthday of Canada. Maclean’s said: Those who have witnessed history—and those making it now—share incredible stories of triumph, tragedy and unwavering patriotism.
   
    In December 2016, SHENG Xue was awarded the first Crow Poetry Award by North American Crow Poetry Society

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