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Australian Parliament House Canberra: Falun Gong practitioners will urge Chinese President Xi Jinping to stop the persecution

Canberra, 15 November, 2014: Falun Dafa practitioners from around Australia will stage
multiple peaceful protests in Canberra during Xi Jinping’s visit (17-18 November), calling on the
Chinese president to end the 15-year persecution of the spiritual practice in China. The protests
will focus particularly on the state-sanctioned practice of organ harvesting from living Falun Dafa
practitioners.

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A Heartfelt Message from Sydney

Chinese visitors to the Sydney Opera House are often surprised to see a tall Australian man holding a display board, bearing a message in Chinese: “Welcome to Sydney, Precious Chinese People!”

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“Chinese Pegasus” Float by the Falun Gong Group Is a Hit at Sydney’s Chinese New Year Twilight Parade

Falun Gong practitioners’ “Chinese Pegasus” float was an instant hit at the Sydney Chinese New Year Twilight Parade on February 2, 2014. The float, designed and created by local practitioners, is quite fitting for the Year of the Horse. It displays the beauty of Truth-Compassion-Tolerance, along with traditional Chinese concepts of harmony between heaven and earth, says John Deller, the coordinator of the Falun Gong entry for this parade.

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Being Kind to Fellow Chinese People

It has been more than seven years since Jiang Zemin and his accomplices in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) began to persecute Falun Gong practitioners.

The day of the beginning of the persecution was July 20, 1999. Many kindhearted people are sympathetic towards Falun Gong practitioners who are cruelly persecuted. But, they cannot understand or relate to the fact that Falun Gong practitioners continue to brave danger and risk their personal freedom and even life in order to clarify the truth about Falun Gong, and expose the CCP’s lies and hate propaganda against Falun Gong. Some people think it is a lost cause, that it is unnecessary and is looking for trouble.

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