With the upcoming 11th World Falun Dafa Day on 13 May 2003, an Australian practitioner remembers a past event held to celebrate World Falun Dafa Day, 2002.
Month: April 2003
The Zhongnanhai anniversary is a symbolic event and a solemn reminder that freedom of belief and speech is not only denied in China, but valuable lives have been lost unnecessarily, which is a violation of basic humanity.
First of all, Falun Gong practitioners were exercising their rights by appealing as a group. The constitution of China clearly states that citizens have the right to appeal.
Surfers prepare to go into the water as members of the Chinese spiritual movement Falun Gong peform their meditation exercises, during a dawn ceremony on Sydney’s Bondi Beach, April 26, 2003.
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On April 25, 1999, more than 10,000 Falun Gong practitioners in China went to the Appeals Office of the State Council on Fuyou Street in Beijing to make an appeal in accordance with the law. They wished to ask the authorities to release the Falun Gong practitioners who had been arrested by the Tianjin public security officers. The Falun Gong incident of April 25, 1999 was not a sudden, accidental event. Nor was it the kind of political demonstration involving the besieging of a government compound as claimed by Jiang Zemin.
My wife and I attended a Falun Gong presentation by a practitioner. We were very impressed with the practice and the benefits it brings people. After these experiences, it was impossible to understand the Communist’s policy against it. It seemed that the regime in China was just as terrible as Hussein’s Iraqi regime.
Canberra Falun Dafa practitioners held a candle light vigil in front of Chinese Embassy in Canberra in the rain today to commemorate the many lives that have been lost to the persecution in China.
Since ancient times, Mount Tai, found in the center of Shandong Province, was called the Eastern Mountain of the Five Sacred Mountains. Mount Tai measures about 200 kilometers in length from east to west and about 50 kilometers in length from south to north. Its highest peak, Yu Huang Peak (or Jade Emperor Peak), is 1,545 meters tall.
(SFDI) – Hundreds are expected to participate in a dawn ceremony at Bondi Beach to commemorate the many lives that have been lost to the persecution in China. The ongoing peaceful appeal of Falun Gong has taken place in Australian and around the world.