Liberty Trek 2017

Status Update

Thanks for your generous support! As of November 14, 2017, we have received 17 donations with a total of USD $5,031.22. Here is the donation report.


We are moved by Mr. He’s long distance trekking to raise fund for Humanitarian China. With your support, we can continue our work to help those oppressed politically and religiously in China in the next ten years!

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A Pilgrimage to Liberty: From Statue of Liberty to Liberty Bell
Fundraising Trek for Humanitarian China


Congratulations on the 10th anniversary of Humanitarian China supporting prisoners of conscience in China. On October 15th, I will launch a 100-mile trek to raise fund for Humanitarian China.

I have been to the United States for 20 years now and often heard about Humanitarian China in magazines in the internet. I am most impressed by the action of Zhou Fengsuo, the cofounder of Humanitarian China, breaking through the custom and returning to the Tiananmen Square in 2014. Hence I learned that the purpose of Humanitarian China is to provide humanitarian support for all victims of injustice. In April this year, I responded to the appeal of Humanitarian China and donated to Yu Zhijian’s family. And started to pay more attention to their work. Seeing is believing. At Yu’s funeral, it was a great honor for the first time to meet members of Humanitarian China, Mr. Zhou Fengsuo, Mr. Fang Zheng and Ms. Cao Yaxue. I was deeply moved by the Humanitarian China’s action of driving the donation campaign and hosting the funeral for the righteous Yu Zhijian.

As a supporter of the Chinese pro-democracy movement, I often ask myself what I can do. After Liu Xiaobo’s tragedy, once again I asked myself what I can do for the prisoners of conscience in China. At the end, I concluded that fundraising for the prestigious Humanitarian China is the way to go. That is how the idea of treking from Statue of Liberty in New York to Liberty Bell in Philadelphia started.

Liberty is my lifelong quest. Statue of Liberty and Liberty Bell are the symbols of liberty. A hundred-mile trekking represents the pursuit of liberty through sweat and hardships. I hope to raise $10,000 for Humanitarian China. If this target is not reached this time, I will conduct a subsequent trek from Philadelphia to Capitol Hill in Washington DC sometime this year to continue the fundraising effort.

My fellow Netizens: Please offer your concern and love to those suffering from political persecution in China and their families. They go to jail or even give their lives for a free and democratic China. We must not let them alone and helpless.

Official web site of Humanitarian China:
Donation details is at:

Write a check payable to “Humanitarian China”.
Mail it to: 26720 Patrick Avenue, Hayward, CA 94544

Please note “He Anquan” at your check so that it can be classified accordingly.

Thank you for your generous donation!

Thanks for your attention and forwarding!

He Anquan



《自由朝聖之旅》 — 為人道中國募捐







支票抬頭請寫 “Humanitarian China”。
郵寄以下地址: 26720 Patrick Avenue, Hayward, CA 94544

請在捐款的支票的備註欄For裡註明”何岸泉”,或”He Anquan”,以便人道中國工作人員可以辨認您的捐款分類。







Last updated: 2017-11-20 1:39 AM