China Forum -- China and Egypt: When a Country is Ripe for Change

Mar 01, 2011, 10:00 ET from The Epoch Times

The Impact of the Revolutions in North Africa and Middle Easton the People of China

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Cannon House Office Building, Room 441

Washington, D.C. 20003

WASHINGTON, March 1, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Tunisia, Egypt, now Libya, Yemen and the list goes on…

Though China is half way around the globe from the dramatic events happening in the Middle East and North Africa, China watchers are asking the same question: Will China join the wave of protests and regime change seen recently in the Arab world?

The fall of tyrannies in Egypt, Tunisia and next Libya was a surprise to the experts. Will China be the next surprise too? To answer this question, we have to look deeper and ask ourselves what we know about China and what we don't know.

Let's not be caught off guard again as happened in the Middle East.

Statesman, NGO leaders, China experts, and people's voices from mainland China will share a closer look into the factors and disturbing trends inside China, hoping to see into China's future.  Discussions will focus on the meaning the revolution in Egypt carries for the Chinese people's own struggles to liberate themselves from despotism and oppression.


Members of U.S. Congress (Invited)

Mr. John J. Thacik, Senior Research Fellow, Heritage Foundation; Fm China Intelligence Chief, DOS

Dr. Charles Lee, Spokesperson, Global Service Center for Quitting Chinese Communist Party

Mr. Jingsheng Wei, Renowned H.R. Activist; Chair, Overseas Chinese Democracy Coalition

Mr. Erping Zhang, Cofounder/Spokesperson, Falun Dafa Information Center

Dr. Gary Feuerberg, Senior Editor and Reporter, The Epoch Times – Washington D.C.

Dr. Kuide Chen, Executive Director, Princeton China Initiative (Invited)

Activists/Leaders in Mainland China (Speaking via Skype)


The Epoch Times, (English), (Chinese)

SOURCE The Epoch Times