Bob Fu looks at the painting of Chinese martyr, Attorney Li Baiguang in the VOM Korea office.
Beginning in September, Chinese Christian and founder of ChinaAid, Bob Fu, has been the target of harassment by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Threats directed at Bob were posted on social media, urging others to harass him at his family’s home in Midland, Texas, and to kill him and other Chinese dissidents. Since then, Bob and his family have been under police protection in their home or have been forced to leave their home to go into hiding. “I have no doubt this is directly from Beijing,” said Bob. “The goal is clear. It’s to silence my voice for freedom in China and to destroy the ministry of ChinaAid.” In 1996, Bob Fu and his wife Heidi were imprisoned in China for two months due to illegal evangelism. In 1997, Bob fled to the U.S. where he founded ChinaAid Association, a non-profit with an emphasis on supporting Chinese Christians and their families who have experienced persecution by the Chinese Communist government.