Wu Zeheng



"The value of life is measured in love." - Wu Zeheng

CSW Letter of Support


On August 1, 2012, the Christian Solidarity Worldwide * (CSW) organization wrote a letter to Wu’s Chinese followers to express their support :


1st August 2012


To the followers of Buddhist Zen Master Shi Xingwu/Wu Zeheng,


Christian Solidary Worldwide would like to express our solidarity with the followers and students of Wu Zeheng, also known as Buddhist Zen Master Shi Xingwu. We believe in freedom of religion and belief for people of all faiths, and we are deeply saddened to hear of te restrictions and challenges facing the peacful followers of Wu Zeheng.


As an organization advocating for religious freedom for people around the world, we stand with Wu Zeheng and his follwoers in their suffering. We support their right to peacefully observe and practise their faith in China. Its our sincere hope and prayer that this right will be upheld and respected by the Chinese authorities.


We hope that through this message, We Zeheng and his followers will draw comfort and strength from the knowledge that they are not alone, and that Christian Solidary Worldwide, together with many supporters around the world, remebers them. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.


Yours sincerely,

Andrew Johnson

CSW Advocary Director


* Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) : 


CSW is a Christian organization working for religious freedom through advocacy and human rights, in the pursuit of justice. The primary work of CSW is advocacy, which they use to influence the legislation, policies, attitudes and behaviors which reinforce religious discrimination and persecution. Through this, its aim to bring about lasting cultural, social and political change.  CSW's evidence-based reports are widely used and cited by the Foreign Office, US State Department, US Commission on International Religious Freedom, UN and others on a regular basis. It regularly brief officials from the European Council, the European Commission, current and future EU presidencies, MEPs, and NGOs on the situations in all their key countries of focus.