Posts by Paul Christofaro

‘Petals of Peace’ in Moldovan Schools

Falun Dafa practitioners in Moldova attended an educational conference and presented the ‘Petals of Peace’ project, which invites people of all ages to fold a paper lotus flower as a gesture of peace and friendship to less fortunate children and children of Falun Gong practitioners, who have been brutally persecuted in China for almost two…

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Shen Yun Begins 2018 Oceania Tour in Toowoomba

Shen Yun Performing Arts kicked off its 2018 Oceania tour on January 18 at the Empire Theatre in Toowoomba, Australia. The company next presented three performances at the Arts Centre Gold Coast in Queensland on January 20-21. This season, Shen Yun will be performing over 20 shows in eight cities in Australia and New Zealand…

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Ireland: Introducing Falun Gong at Balance Expo in Killarney

The Balance Expo, which is billed as “Ireland’s Premier Event for Healthy Lifestyle Enthusiasts” was held in Killarney, a city in the southwest of Ireland, on January 14. Many politicians and sports fans participated. Local Falun Gong practitioners set up a booth to introduce their peaceful spiritual practice to event attendees. Sean Kelly, Member of…

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India: Kannada Translation of Falun Gong Book Released

Falun Dafa (also known as Falun Gong) was introduced in Bangalore in 2001. Since then, practitioners have taught the spiritual and meditation practice across the state of Karnataka in schools and colleges, corporations and clubs, and NGOs, such as the Dignity Foundation. Karnataka is the eighth largest state in India by area and the ninth…

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News Report Exposes Chinese Regime Harassment of Falun Gong in Canada

An article in the National Post on January 5, 2018, titled “’Don’t step out of line’: Confidential report reveals how Chinese officials harass activists in Canada,” exposed how the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) had used its overseas agents to harass Canadian human rights activists, dissidents, and the Falun Gong in particular. The article cited an…

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