Australia News

Falun Dafa Welcomed at Community Festivals in Melbourne

Falun Dafa practitioners recently participated in three community festivals in Melbourne, the second most populous city in Australia. Melbourne holds many festivals in March as the weather starts to cool down with the arrival of autumn. These events included a festival hosted by the Knox City Council on March 2 and 3, 2019, Global Fiesta…

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Sydney: College Students Learn about Falun Dafa at Orientation

During orientation for new students at the University of Sydney from February 20-22, students visited the Falun Dafa Club booth, curious to learn more about the self-improvement meditation system. The University of Sydney usually starts its academic year in February, and orientation is a major event for the students as well as visitors. Falun Dafa…

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“Falun Gong Is Very Important to Australia”

 Falun Gong practitioners in Sydney hold activities regularly to introduce the meditation to the public and expose the brutality of the persecution in China. “When I searched for information about Falun Gong online, I realised that Falun Gong is very important to Australia,” said Sydney resident Brooke Wern while speaking with a practitioner late last…

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Sydney: Falun Gong in Lunar New Year Parade

Falun Gong practitioners participated in the Lunar New Year parade in Chatswood, a major business and residential district in the Lower North Shore of Sydney. The area is about 10 kilometers from the Sydney Central Business District, and over a third of its population is of Asian ancestry. The event took place on Victoria Avenue,…

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Sydney: Chinese Tourists Learn about Falun Gong and Renounce the Chinese Communist Party

Every weekend Falun Gong practitioners throughout Australia hold activities to raise awareness about Falun Gong and the persecution of the practice in communist China. One event venue has been the popular tourist attraction in Sydney, Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair. Due to its scenic location overlooking Sydney Harbour many tourists from other countries, including Chinese tourists, visit…

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