See full story in Asia Times at atimes.com/article/tokyo-pro-life-march-and-asias-dark-history-of-eugenics.

This article is a valuable summary of Japan’s messy history of abortion. But the small pro-life movement is bringing change.

Pro-life leaders came from various cities in Japan, as well as from elsewhere in Asia.

According to Dr. Ligaya Acosta of Human Life International, the March for Life “is an opportunity to unite across national borders in defense of the natural dignity of humans.”

“Joe Woodard, a pro-life leader based in Hong Kong, agrees that the march is emerging as a key human rights event for Asia.”

Because of the ongoing civil unrest in Hong Kong, Asia for Life is taking this season to invest in projects that will prevent violence, chaos, and despair. Until Summer 2020, this website will have fewer updates than usual.

Because of the ongoing civil unrest in Hong Kong, Asia for Life is taking this season to invest in projects that will prevent violence, chaos, and despair. Until Summer 2020, this website will have fewer updates than usual.

This city has always had an unusual degree of liberty, and has long supported Christian ministries and fundamental human rights initiatives throughout Asia. That's why it's urgent that Hong Kong maintain its freedoms, and hope for the future.

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