May 5,1998---Hillary Rodham Clinton

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Taiwan Tati Cultural
And Educational Foundation
B16F, No.3 Ta-Tun 2St.
Taichung, Taiwan, R.O.C.
May 5, 1998.

Dear Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton,

Letters for you; I beg your pardon, hope no interrupt your time.

United States is a great country when we reviewed the history of. Mrs. Madeleine Albright; when she was in the ninth grade, a recent refugee with a funny accent and wrong clothes who decided to start an international-relations club and make herself its president. Now, 46 years later, she is poised to become one of the most influential foreign policy power in the arena, because her voice carries future than anyone else's right into the White House.

It is the chance of free country, if United States isn't democratic states, she would do nothing at all.

Duan Yin-Ming survived Christian China's darkest age, ordained a Roman Catholic bishop just weeks after chairman Mao Zedong founded the People's Republic of China in 1949.

"I was sent to the countryside and degraded as a coolie. My work term moved sand and coal and construction material all day, moving and carrying, I was porter and the church did not exist. My congregation was disbanded." He came through torment and hard labor to become his country's oldest Catholic leader.

"The cultural revolution is sad to recollect and hard to talk about the beatings, the rebellion, it was a very bitter experience. With all of this happening, how could I be active as a bishop?" he said.

The 90-year-old bishop currently heads the Wanxian Diocese in rural. Sichuan province, part of a 4 million-member " patriotic " church established after Beijing cut ties with the Vatican.

There are 6 million "underground" Catholics who worship illegally in house churches across China.

"We have established our own independent church, yet we also pray for the pope everyday and believe in him." Duan added.

Relations between Washington and Beijing rebounded last year after eight years of turmoil that began with the brutal June 4, 1989 crackdown on peaceful pro-democracy demonstrations in Tiananmen Square. The incident prompted a series of U.S. sanctions.

Beijing April 30--- Communist China talked tough with U.S. secretary of state Madeleine Albright on Thursday, demanding an end to all sanctions imposed after the Tiananmen massacre and refusing to discuss the sensitive issue of Tibet

Good luck and bad luck is depending on the power of human right, isn't it?

"Do God's will!"

No one can beat Clinton's family at any way.



Sincerely Yours,
Yang Hsu-Tung.
President of
Taiwan Tati Cultural
And Educational Foundation


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