盛雪文集
[主页]->[独立中文笔会]->[盛雪文集]->[ Biography of SHENG Xue]
盛雪文集
***************
·愿帮助你的 也都平安
·呼唤人性的温暖 ——记“10元人道救援行动”
·"不要讓好人孤單"
·“十元人道捐助”计划年会
·十元人道捐助计划 资助维权大陆人
·多倫多10元救助 7年來籌逾4.5萬 捐贈中國逾20名繫獄維權人士
·10元人道捐助 7年籌款4.5萬元
·十元计划及海外救助中国良心犯行动
·中共人权迫害加剧 民运人道救援先行
****************
自由亚洲电台报道选编
****************
·刘淇昆评炉霍事件
·加中国人权联盟呼吁哈柏关注中国人权
·加朝鲜人权协会呼吁救助将被中共遣返难民(图,视频)
·藏人新年绝食抗议 民阵呼吁华人声援
·韩广生谈王立军其人及对中共政局的影响(图)
·李竹阳:理解父亲秦永敏的政治理念
·悼六四 李必丰儿子到多伦多朗誦父亲詩歌
杂项
*****************
·Ben Arnold《真正的名扬四海:硬盘!》
杂议万象 历史留痕
******************
·為一個獄中政治犯舉行作品朗誦會引發的爭論和攻擊
·关于中国——和某留学生的电邮通信
·黄河清:盛雪成了一具牺牲!
·岁月留痕——一封旧信
English articles
·
·The Struggle of Three Books
·Edmonton is home
·Tiananmen, 25 Years Later: What I Saw
·Ottawa’s Victims of Communism Memorial Site Is Fitting, Says Chinese
·SHENG Xue: Subcommittee on International Human Rights Committee
·Tiananmen, 25 Years Later: What I Saw
·Steamed up about censorship
·加拿大國會山的國際人權日
·You -I-Sense-Black
·Your Red Lips, a Wordless Hole
·Even the Moon Would Weep
·Chinese-Canadians Fear China’s Rising Clout Is Muzzling Them
·At Bloody Dawn
·Chinese Writers: Organ Harvesting Atrocities Will Stop Only with the E
·The Sea and Its Shore
·VISION TINES: Interview With Chinese Dissident and Her Account of the
·The TAXI Stand Jam
纪念妈妈
·
·李桂琴的生命慶典
·A celebration of LI Guiqin’s life
·坚韧与善良,平凡而伟大!
·铁肩冷眼抗强权 侠骨慈心佑民运
挚友来鸿 诗稿汇编
·
·读盛雪信感赋奉寄致敬
当代中国史稿
·
·《當代中國史稿》訂購單(图)
·《當代中國史稿》訂購單
·《當代中國史稿》訂購單 (图)
·华盛顿地区华人将举办
“回顾文革与六四研讨会”
·写于1994年5月
·盛雪高票当选国际笔会和平委员会副主席
·唐夫:评《远华案黑幕》
·堅持27年揭露六四 盛雪入選「加拿大故事」
·【专访】盛雪:共产党政权没有权力平反六四
·盛雪:赵逝世宣判了民主政治改革的死刑
·结束暴政是这个时代最大的事业
·加拿大社区吁特鲁多访华为人权发声
·中共海内外一盘棋攻击战略
·北美烏鴉詩社頒發首屆烏鴉詩歌獎
·Poet SHENG Xue Awarded the First Crow Poetry Awards
·向死而生的時代默然肅立--獲頒烏鴉詩歌獎答謝辭
·全民倒共、鏟除暴政的時代已經到來
·盛雪簡介:
·向死而生的时代默然肃立
·你们不是我的敌人
·故乡的雪夜
·Light For Freedom
[列出本栏目所有内容]
欢迎在此做广告
Biography of SHENG Xue


   
    Biography of SHENG Xue

   
    SHENG Xue, born August 2, 1962, is 52 years old. She grew up in Beijing, China, and moved to Canada in August 1989 soon after the Tiananmen Square Massacre (June 4th) in Beijing in 1989.

   
    SHENG Xue is an Ontario-based poet, writer, journalist, commentator, and a key leader of the overseas Chinese pro-democracy movement. For many years she has actively promoted multiculturalism, inter-ethnic dialogue and reconciliation.
   
    SHENG Xue co-founded the Federation for a Democratic China, Canada, which she has led for 24 years, most recently as International President. She has also helped many newcomers of various ethnic origins to settle in Canada.
   
    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    February 1990, co-founded the Federation for a Democratic China, Toronto. She was elected as board member.
   
    April 1990, co-founded the Federation for a Democratic China, Canada. She was elected as vice chairman.
   
    March 1993, began to support the local Tibetan community and attend their events in order to promote dialogue, understanding and respect between Chinese and Tibetans.
   
    November 1993, was elected as the Chairperson of the June 4th Massacre Investigation, a truth finding and humanitarian organization.
   
    1993, starred (used the name Reimonna Sheng) in a Canadian movie, Small Pleasures, as a lead actress. The movie was about the lives of Chinese new comers in Canada.
   
    January 1994, co-founded China Human Rights Group, in order to promote dialogue and cooperation among various ethnic groups around human rights issues.
   
    1995, acted (used the name Reimonna Sheng) in another Canadian movie, Chinese Chocolate, as a supporting role. The movie was also about the lives of Chinese new immigrants in Canada.
   
    August 1997, She also starred a stage drama (in Chinese), He-Zhu’s New Match, as the lead actress.
    August 1997, became the Canadian correspondent of Radio Free Asia.
   
    1998, started to help and support human rights issues with Uyghur community. In their home regions, there are serious tensions and violent conflicts between Uyghurs and Chinese, which have cost many lives under the rule of the Communist government. Similar tensions between Uyghurs and Chinese communities in Canada which need to be addressed peacefully.
   
    July 1999, started to help and support Falun Gong practitioners in Canada to defend their rights and freedom of belief, after the Chinese government suppressed Falun Gong in China.
   
    November 1999, was invited by Tibetan Government in Exile to visit Dharamsala, India, and meet with H.H. the Dalai Lama. SHENG was one of only a few Chinese to visit Dharamsala and to meet the Dalai Lama at that time.
   
    1999 to 2002, invited some Uyghur refugees to live at her home; helped them with their refugee cases and settlement in Canada.
   
    September 9, 2000, organized a meeting of Tibetans, Uyghurs, Taiwanese, Falun Gong practitioners and Chinese democracy activists at her house, to discuss the cooperation and coordination among those groups. This meeting then was criticized by Chinese communist regime as "the gathering of five poisons".
   
    December 2000, was elected as vice-president of Federation for a Democratic China (FDC).
   
    May 2001, won Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) Award for Investigative Journalism for year 2000, for her investigative report, “Smugglers’ Slaves”, published in Maclean’s Magazine in 2000. This report was about the lives of Chinese boat refugees in Canada. Oct. 2001, won the National Magazine Award for Investigative Reporting for year 2000.
   
    2001, published a book (in Chinese and Japanese), Unveiling the Yuan Hua Case, which soon became a best seller in Chinese communities outside mainland China.
   
    March 2002, became a regular commentator for current affair for New Tang Dynasty TV.
   
    April 2004, became a member of PEN Canada and then a member of The Independent Chinese PEN Center (ICPC) in June of 2004; 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.
   
    December 2004, established the ‘10-Dollar-Can’ program, which provides humanitarian aid to prisoners of conscience and their families in China, and encourages generosity and concern about human rights in China among Canadians.
   
    September 2005, won the Award of Journalism and Media from National Ethnic Press and Media Council of Canada, for her “outstanding achievements, contributions and community service”
   
    May 2006, was elected as a board member of the Forum for Democratization in China and Asia (FDCA), an international organization promoting democracy, human rights and ethnic co-operation and reconciliation.
   
    June 2006, co-founded China Rights Network, Canada, which involved Canadian communities with various ethnic, regional and religious backgrounds, including Tibetan, Uyghur, Taiwanese, Hongkongese, North Korean, Mainland Chinese, and Falun Dafa.
   
    January-March 2007, was chosen as Writer in Residence at Carlton University, Ottawa.
   
    2008, was one of four playwrights for The Taxi Project, a stage drama that highlighted Canadian Multiculturalism and Canadian values, especially freedom of speech and expression. Four writers originally from China, Mexico, Bosnia, and Ethiopia, were from diverse literary, political, cultural and linguistic backgrounds. This play was staged in August of 2008 in Toronto theatres toured to Universities and high schools.
   
    January-April, 2009, was chosen as Writer in Residence at McMaster University.
   
    September 2009 to August 2010, was a Writer-in-Exile of city of Edmonton and University of Alberta.
   
    September 2009, organized the conference “Compassion and Respect - Our Common Future” in Vancouver, the first public conference for Chinese Canadian to dialogue with the Tibetan spiritual and political leader, H.H. the Dalai Lama.
   
    March 6 – 12, 2010, led a North American Chinese Media Delegation to visit the Tibetan exile community in Dharamsala, India, and met with the Dalai Lama there. It was the first such Chinese media group to visit Dharamsala.
   
    Oct. 2010, organized the second “Compassion and Respect - Our Common Future” Conference in Toronto. More than 320 Chinese Canadian attended the conference and had the dialogue with the Dalai Lama.
   
    April 2012, delivered an open letter to a crowd of Chinese who were demonstrating against a Tibetan event in Ottawa which H. H. the Dalai Lama was addressing. The letter urged the Chinese to follow Canadian values, and respect and understand Tibetans.
   
    September 2012, received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in recognition of 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.
    October 2012, was elected as the president of Federation for a Democratic China (FDC).
   
    From Oct. 2011 to July 2013, as the chief Editor edited the book of Contemporary Chinese Historical Records. It is compiled independently by Huang Heqing, a Chinese writer and scholar who has lived in exile in Spain since 1989. The Book records in details more than one thousand of the historical events and persons stories in China (including Taiwan, Hong Kong and oversea Chinese communities) from 1949 to 2009, and the author gives his personal brilliantly concise comments and evaluations. His particular outlook of the history is a sharp contrast to the official historical books so far published and is more objective, comprehensive and authentic. The book is 16K and 1040 Pages.
   
    October 2013, organized a conference, "Together We Lead the Change", attended by more than 180 individuals of different backgrounds from more than 20 countries or regions including China, Egypt, Hong Kong, Japan, Mongolia, Laos, Taiwan, Tibet, the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, Czech Republic, Spain, South Korea and North Korea, plus Falun Gong practitioners and Christians.

[下一页]
blog comments powered by Disqus

©Boxun News Network All Rights Reserved.
所有栏目和文章由作者或专栏管理员整理制作,均不代表博讯立场