Sometimes we would wonder if all our efforts in writing to our state representatives or signing up a petition could get any attentions or not. But knowing the fact of that it is our rights in this democratic country to have our voices heard, therefore any of our concerns expressed could anticipate some possible responses or actions taken, but if we did not treasure this privilege and then nothing would take place on bettering any situation or on correcting an injustice. After having sent in my letter on the issue of the former Pres. Chen's human rights and the great concern on his severe health condition, I was grateful for having received the response from the senator of my state Dean Heller, with whom I had once shared the same stage at New York's Carnegie Hall where I performed as a soloist and Heller spoke.
May I share with you the letter as an attachment, and hope that our compassionate caring and voicing would make some impacts on the Human Rights Committee at the Capitol Hill, that the most inhumane humiliation and cruel torture inflicted upon one of our fellowmen would be interfered and stopped.