Annual Reports from the Congressional-Executive Commission on China


Much of the research of All Girls Allowed has been supplemented by the excellent work of the Congressional-Executive Commission on China.


The Congressional-Executive Commission on China is a bipartisan organization dedicated to providing reliable research about China.  To view the most recent Annual Reports, please visit the following links:


2012 Annual Report:


2011 Annual Report:


2010 Annual Report:


2009 Annual Report:


2008 Annual Report:


by Kat Lewis, All Girls Allowed

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My work has a purpose to tell the story of individuals that have been left out of the public domain. These individuals who have been abused through no fault of there own are justification enough to spend energy and all my resources trying to highlight their plight. I focus on women as I believe the empowerment of women...

Today's post is a guest blog post by Heather Miller.*



I am 21 years old, and the first 14 years of my life were spent in a prison -- a prison of sexual abuse by my birth mother, father, older brother and several other family members.  Every day I feared for my life. Once, some cousins did report the situation to protective services, but I was too afraid to talk. My...

January 17, 2011 


All Girls Allowed's anti-trafficking initiative sent out volunteers to dozens of counties and municipalities with pamphlets and information to find and help trafficked children.


On January 12th, after reading a pamphlet distributed by volunteers, a sympathetic local resident of Huguan County, Shanxi Province called the AGA hotline give a tip. A girl of 3, a victim of child trafficking, had been sold into the village.


With this information, All Girls Allowed (AGA) contacted Mr. Feng Jianlin of Shanxi, who has...