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Topic - Chai Ling
On the eve of the 21st anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, three former leaders of the pro-democracy demonstrations gathered Thursday night in Falls Church, Va., to share their memories and experiences since 1989.
Today, Chai Ling is the founder of a multimllion-dollar software company and the driving force behind a nonprofit group that helps victims of forced abortions in China.
Every 2.4 seconds, a woman in China undergoes a forced abortion because of the communist nation's one-child policy.
"We want to pray for the victims and for the leaders, that they will come to Christ," Mrs. Chai said.
Now, what Mrs. Chai hopes the government will accept from her generation is love - the same love that the students at Tiananmen Square were filled with, she said.