"Federation for a Democratic China (FDC), established in Paris, France, in September 22, 1989, right after the June 4 Massacre, is a political group that advocates the democratization of China through opposition of the Communist Party of China and support of human rights. It has active branches across the world, including Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, USA, Australia, New Zealand, England, France, Germany, Japan, Thailand and other European and Asian countries. It also has members within the mainland China."
Never heard of them before. Some articles are in Chinese only and they're a bit too difficult for me to understand. It sounds like their goal (utopia?) would be to transform China in a democracy, similarly to what Taiwan is today.
Eh, good luck with the Chinese communist party, I guess they'd rather nuke half the world rather than losing power.