Chai Ling

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Every year on June 1, China celebrates its beautiful children. Children’s Day in China brings smiles to the faces of millions of kids who survived the one-child policy and its consequences. It’s a celebration of life, especially meaningful because so many children in China were never allowed to live. Children eat sweets and participate in fun activities, while the others (China reports 400 million others) are forgotten.

In 1995, Hillary Rodham Clinton famously proclaimed that “Women’s Rights are Human Rights.” In the same way, I believe that children’s rights are human rights, too. But for many children in China, wrongs have stripped away life, security, education, families and comfort.…  Seguir leyendo »