Yu and Yu

人道中國呼籲捐助喻東岳和余志堅

天安門三君子和家人的照片:從左到右分別是:喻日霞,喻東岳,
鮮桂娥(懷中是她和余志堅的兒子余鮮中),余志堅,魯德成 。

二十一年前的 5 月,來自湖南的三個二十多歲的年輕人喻東岳,余志堅和魯德成來到北京,聲援在天安門廣場爭取民主的學生。他們製作了一對寫著“五千年專制到此告一段落,個人崇拜從今可以休矣”的橫幅,張貼在天安門城樓主門洞兩側。5 月23日,三人用紅色油漆和雞蛋潑污在城樓上的毛畫像上。余喻魯此舉,鋒芒直指中共專制的奠基者,並成为八九民主运动的里程碑!但隨後他們三人卻付出了沉重的代價。余喻魯三人因“五.二三”事件而獲罪,所獲刑期分別重達無期徒刑、有期徒刑二十年、有期徒刑十六年。

喻東岳,自小才華橫溢,被捕前是報社美術編輯。被捕前和坐牢初期曾寫下逾百首詩。服刑期間因在監內牆上書寫:“打倒鄧小平”、“平反六四”的標語被獄卒銬在電線杆上暴曬長達六天之久,並受到暴力毆打,精神開始失常。接著又被投進嚴管隊,受到進一步的殘酷折磨,並單獨關小號。等他出嚴管隊時,精神已徹底失常。他於2006年2月22日出獄時,已經連自己的父母家人都不認識。雖然外表還是那幅溫文爾雅的樣子,只是內心已不再能感受到家人遲來的溫暖和關愛。

兩年前,余志堅和喻東岳兩家人一起在中外友人的幫助下成功逃離中國,經泰國抵達美國,並參加了去年在DC舉行的六四大屠殺二十周年的紀念活動。他們兩個家庭已經開始在美國安置下來,但是前面面臨的挑戰可想而知,語言的障礙,文化的隔閡,身體的傷殘更加劇了他們 生活的艱辛。當我們年復一年紀念八九六四的時候,我們不應該忘記這兩位當年為中國的民主和自由付出慘痛代價的英雄,我們更有責任來幫助他們一起在這片自由 的土地上重建幸福的人生 !

愛使人心溫暖,情使生命常青。關愛,紀念,回憶,希望原本就是連同一體。因此,我們在此特此呼籲和懇請大家都來關心和幫助目前尚在困境中的喻東岳和余志堅。你們所捐的每一分錢都是對他們兩家的巨大鼓勵和支持,更重要的是 ,《人道中國》機構按照所收到的捐款將配對捐出相同金額。《人道中國》完全依靠個人志願者支持﹐所有捐助﹐將加倍直接幫助受害者。

有心捐助天安門三君子的朋友,請寫支票給: Humanitarian China, 郵寄地址:204 East 2nd Avenue, #812, San Mateo, CA 94401. 請注明 “Tiananmen” 。此外,網上轉賬或銀行轉賬亦可 (https://h-china.org/Donation.aspx )。《人道中國》(Humanitarian China)( h-china.org )是在加州註冊的非營利機構,捐款可免稅 。

詳情請聯繫 張前進 (John): 650-787-8759; 電郵: hc@h-china.org


Donation Plea for Yu Dongyu and Yu Zhijian
By Humanitarian China

In May twenty-one years ago, three young men in their twenties came to Beijing from Hunan Province to voice their support for the students pro-democracy movement at Tiananmen Square. They were Yu, Dongyue, Yu, Zhijian and Lu, Decheng. They hanged two banners written “Five Thousand Years of Authoritarian Rule Ends Here!” and “Gone Are the Days for Cult of Personality!” on each side of the Tiananmen Gate.

On May 23, these three young men threw eggs filled with red paint onto Mao’s portrait hanging at the Tiananmen Gate. This brave act was directed at the founder of the authoritarian rule of the Chinese Communist Party. It became the milestone of the pro-democracy movement of 1989.

These three young men paid heavily for their heroic deeds. Yu, Zhijian was sentenced to life imprisonment, Yu, Dongyue 20 years and Lu, Decheng 16 years.

Yu, Dongyue was very talented since childhood. He was an art editor of a local newspaper before his arrest. Prior to his arrest and at the early years of his imprisonment, he wrote over a hundred poems.

While serving his sentence he wrote slogans like “Down With Deng Xiaoping!” and “Redress June 4th Incident!” on the walls of his cell. The prison guards punished him by handcuffing him to an electric post and exposing to the sun for six days!  He was also brutally beaten. All these torture started to bring a toll on his mental stability. Afterward he was transferred to the maximum security section. There he suffered even more brutality and was put into long-term solitary confinement. At the time leaving the maximum security section, he was in full-blown mental collapse. When he was released on February 22, 2006, he was so “dull-witted” and “insane” that he did not recognize his parents and other family members. He was still as gentle and refined as before. But unfortunately he could no longer feel the warmth and respect from his loved ones.

Two years ago, with the help of domestic and foreign friends, Yu, Zhijian’s and Yu, Dongyue’s families successfully fled China and came to the United States via Thailand. They participated in the activities commemorating the 20th anniversary of the June 4th massacre in Washington D.C. last year. They have now settled down in America. But it is not hard to imagine the huge challenge in front of them. Language barrier, cultural differences plus mental disability worsen their hardship further more. As we commemorate June 4th pro-democracy movement year after year, we should not forget these two heroes who paid heavily for the cause of democracy and freedom in China! It is our unshirkable responsibility to help them rebuild their happy life in this free country.

Love warms our hearts. Affection makes life eternal. Mutual-concern, commemoration, recollection and hope actually are inherently interconnected into one entity. We call upon everyone to show his/her care and extend his/her helping hands to Yu, Dongyue and Yu, Zhijian who are now still in hardship. Every penny you donate means enormous encouragement and support. What is more: Humanitarian China will make a dollar-to-dollar matching donation for your contribution. Humanitarian China relies on the support from individual contributors. Your donation today will be doubled to help the victims.

If you would like to make a donation to these two families, please write a check payable to Humanitarian China and mail it to: 204 East 2nd Avenue, #812, San Mateo, CA 94001. Please write “Tiananmen” on the bottom line of your check.  Besides, the donation can also be made online or through bank transfer ( https://h-china.org/donation.aspx ). Humanitarian China (web site: h-china.org ) is a non-profit organization registered in California. Your donation will be tax deductible.

For more information, please contact John Zhang at 650-787-8759 or email: hc@h-china.org .


Donor Amount
葛洵 $100.00
熊焱 $300.00
馬飛 $200.00
梁联发,熊若磐 $100.00
李趙女士 $100.00
陳效軍 $100.00
李向陽 $100.00
趙京 $200.00
沈智勇 $300.00
張前進,延平 $100.00
Nan Su, Fay Lee Su $100.00
群眾 $220.00
Harry Luan $100.00
Minghu Yao $500.00
Katherine Hsu $30.00
高約翰 $100.00
Yang Xia $100.00
Tian Jue Qin, Wanjing Long $50.00
Anonymous $100.00
古国经 $100.00
王勝林,曉東 $300.00
Yimei Huang $500.00
Charles Gu $100.00
May-Yee Lee, Ken Chan $200.00
Anonymous madam $300.00
吴傑桢 $100.00
林雅惠 $50.00
方政,朱進 $100.00
周澤浩 $50.00
张菁 $100.00
郭平 $1000.00
Arnold Hung $25.00
Shiyi Chen $100.00
Robert Tung $200.00
China Democracy Party (LA) $500.00
China Democracy Party (LA) $203.00
Hui Ho, Elaine Ho $100.00
Wang & Yeh Medical Group $100.00
封從德 $200.00
June 4 student $300.00
Dechun Peng, Tianyue Chen $200.00
Visual Artists Guild $203.00
王丹 $100.00
Joe Wong $40.00
劉雅雅 $1000.00
Hong Kong Forum, Los Angeles $500.00
美籍华人 $50.00
Anonymous $250.00
Total $9871.00
Humanitarian China matching $9871.00

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Last updated: 2010-12-14 11:09 PM GMT-08:00