Falun Dafa practitioners were invited to participate in a parade on National Day, also called St. Patrick’s Day, in Cork, the second largest city in Ireland, on March 17, 2018. The parade featured 70 entries and included nearly 3,000 participants. About 50,000 spectators lined the parade route. Festival-goers cheered the Falun Dafa contingent. A spokesperson for…Read More
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…Read More
Malahide Community School, a high school in a coastal town in northern Dublin, Ireland, has been inviting volunteers from the Falun Gong group for the past several years to teach the exercises to their students. As third-year high school students face the pressure of college admission, many parents and teachers seek ways to help students…Read More
The Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs and Trade and Defence of the Irish Parliament discussed the issue of forced organ harvesting in China on July 6, 2017. The committee recommended that the legislature do what it can to stop this brutality and urged the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade to bring this up at…Read More
China’s ambassador to Ireland is to be asked to appear before an Oireachtas committee to discuss claims that the Chinese authorities have been harvesting bodily organs from prisoners.
A report investigating alleged organ harvesting of Falun Gong practitioners in China was presented to the Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs today.Read More