DAVID MATAS SPEAKS AT HK TRANSPLANTATION SOCIETY CONGRESS

By DAVID MATAS David Kilgour, Ethan Gutmann and I released in June an update to our previous work on transplant abuse in China by looking at transplant volumes.  Our update is posted on our joint website, endorganpillaging.org.  The report is 680 pages and has almost 2,400 footnotes.  Trying to summarize such a report in just…

ENDING ORGAN TOURISM TO CHINA —BY DAVID KILGOUR

BY HON. DAVID KILGOUR, J.D. 17-23 August, 2016 Hong Kong Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre hosting Congress In 2006, the Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong in China asked David Matas and me to investigate as volunteers seemingly bizarre but persistent claims of organ pillaging/trafficking from Falun Gong practitioners. We released two…

CHINA HUMAN RIGHTS REBEL TRANSPLANT CONFERENCE HELD IN HONG KONG

BY MATTHEW ROBERTSON, EPOCH TIMES HONG KONG—On the penultimate day of The Transplantation Society’s premier industry congress at the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Center, a smaller conference with a slightly different focus was held by Epoch Times Hong Kong a short distance away. The Epoch Times Hong Kong event, which ran for slightly over…

Students Object to Award for Chinese Transplant Official

By Carol Wickenkamp, Epoch Times | April 1, 2014

Hong Kong University (HKU) defended its honorary doctorate award this month to one of the architects of China’s highly criticized organ transplant system after the University of Hong Kong Students’ Union criticized the decision. 

After meeting with China’s former vice minister for health, Huang Jiefu, the union issued the critical statement, pointing to Huang’s admission that the Chinese regime had taken organs from prisoners sentenced to death. A spokesperson for the students’ union said Huang told them he did not know where the organs came from, that he represented only the recipient, a position that did not seem to square with his own admissions of removing organs from executed prisoners.