Democratic Movement Literature


The Editor's words


Democratic Movement Literature was originally identified by Mr. Zhang Hongbao. In Mr. Zhang’s eyes, even though many works don’t have a lot of complicated, gripping value, but very rich in literal hues. Some are humorous, some have dramatic plots, some have a very fresh style, some are as succinct as fables, and some are very well-thought strategies. All these are worthwhile to collect. We decided to open up this “Democratic Movement Literature”column to offer a space for literal talents among overseas Democratic Movement advocates. Welcome to contribute. In the near future, we plan to set up a committee for Democratic Movement Literature, and set up prizes for Democratic Movement Literature, so we can choose excellent works and reward the writers. Our goal is to cultivate Democratic Movement Literature, this beautiful bud, in order to let literature and arts to serve Chinese democratization.


I. Tornado: Act of Black Cats

Chapter 1--3

Chapter 4--6

Chapter 7―9

Chapter 10―12

Chapter 13―15

Chapter 16―18

II. Yue Wu: Trip of Trio





III. Fang Yuan: Report on Disaster Striking Wang Bingzhang in Mangjie

Chapter 1: Bloody Dusk


IV. Cao Tianfu: 008 in Action

 Letter from the writer


Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Chapter 10

Chapter 11

Chapter 12

Chapter 13

Chapter 14

Chapter 15

Chapter 16

Chapter 17

Chapter 18