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A Letter In Regard to the Case of Mr. Jun Shi
Dear Officers of the United States Immigration and Citizenship Service,
It gives me great honor to correspond with you.
I am Wenli Xu, one of the founders of the Democracy Wall Movement in 1978 and also a co-founder of the Chinese Democracy Party in 1998. I have been arrested twice by the Chinese government for my political activities and sentenced to a total of 26 years in prison, of which I served 16 years. Currently, I am a professor at the Watson Institute of International Studies at Brown University and also serve concurrently as the convener of the Democratic Party Overseas Exile Headquarter as well as the Chairman of the Caring for China Center (CCC).
On November 19, 1998, the Chinese Democratic Party Beijing-Tianjing Chapter was officially established, and this news spread to North America. Mr. Jun Shi, who was residing in the United States at the time, called me (I was still in China at that time) to express his interest in joining the party. Because the Chinese Democratic Party is a very modern political organization, its organizational principle is very open and accepting. After I discussed this matter with the other leaders of the party, we have agreed to accept Mr. Shi’s request to join the party. Later, Mr. Shu swore the party oath over the telephone upon the “provisional constitution” of the party, and officially became a member of the Chinese Democratic Party. On November 30, 1998, I was arrested and imprisoned.
Wenli Xu, Ph.D
Watson Institute, Brown University
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