A Petals of Peace Cultural Event showcasing the beauty of traditional Chinese dance, music and exercises delighted a large crowd at Peregian Beach, Sunday, 7th December 2003. Hundreds of people enjoyed this family event and were touched by the meaning behind it.Read More
Peregian Beach will come alive with the colour and sound of traditional Chinese dance and culture this Sunday thanks to the incredible story of a three-year-old girl.Read More
Petals of Peace was recently launched outside the Chinese Embassy in Irving Rd. The campaign aims to reveal the persecution suffered by followers of Falun Gong and gather support in the fight to stop the suffering.Read More
Commencing with Universal Childrens Day, Petals of Peace is an ongoing project launched by Sunshine Coast Falun Dafa practitioners as a gesture of friendship to all children.Read More
Wollongong Viva La Gong festival is a celebration of the world of arts, culture and innovation. This year, the practitioners decided to take the “Petals of Peace Initiative” as the major theme at the stall to introduce Falun Dafa and the truth of the persecution to the people.Read More
THE children in Ashfield Mall at a recent rally carefully moved through
their Falun Gong meditation to show how the exercise promoted truth,
compassion and tolerance.
supporters formed a giant lotus flower on Bondi beach in Sydney yesterday morning
to highlight the peaceful appeal for the human rights crisis in China and to call
an end to the 4 year brutal persecution.
On October 2, a large-scale children’s activity, “Petals of Peace,” was held in Melbourne, Victoria. Parliament Member Anthony Byrne sent a letter of congratulations for this event.Read More
Petals Of Peace was launched at the University of New South Wales. Behind this new campaign are countless faces of innocence children, who too have suffered in face of the on-going genocide of Falun Gong.Read More
Practitioners in Queensland officially launched the Petals of Peace initiative in Brisbane and the Gold Coast on the 4th and 5th of October. Jane Dai and her 3 year-old daughter Fadu flew up from Melbourne to take part in these activities.Read More