Posts Tagged ‘germany’

Munich Residents: Action Needed to Stop the Persecution

Nearly one thousand Falun Gong practitioners marched in Munich, Germany on November 5, 2016 to raise awareness of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) persecution of Falun Gong, including killing practitioners for their organs.     The march lasted nearly three hours. It began from Odeonsplatz and passed by several landmark buildings and main streets before…

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Recent Falun Gong Events Around the World

Practitioners of Falun Dafa (also known as Falun Gong) around the world have held public events for more than a decade to raise awareness of the persecution in China. Meanwhile, practitioners also hold free classes and other events to introduce this ancient Chinese cultivation practice to the public. In this newsletter, we report on practitioners’…

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Regensburg, Germany: Learning about Ancient Chinese Meditation in an Old German City

Regensburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in southeast Germany, has witnessed the nation’s history for centuries. While the local residents and visitors reflect on the history, Falun Gong practitioners bring this ancient meditation from China to share with the community. “I Have to Sign This Petition” Many passersby stopped at the practitioners’ booth near the…

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German TV Network 3SAT Airs “Human Harvest” Documentary

“Human Harvest,” an award-winning documentary exposing organ harvesting from imprisoned Falun Gong practitioners in China, aired on 3SAT in Germany, Switzerland and Austria on Feb. 18, 2016 during prime time.   Documentary Triggers In-Depth Discussion The documentary “Human Harvest” exposes the Chinese Communist Party’s organ harvesting atrocities through testimonies, data analysis and interviews of international…

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“We Have Done a Very Meaningful Thing Today!”

As Falun Gong practitioners all over the world continue raising awareness of the persecution, they have found more and more support. For many, their support no longer stops at giving their own signatures. This was the case last weekend in Scotland, Germany, and Australia.

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