SYDNEY At 10 am on June 30, Falun Gong practitioners and family members of the victims who suffered at the recent South Africa shooting held a press conference outside of Sydneys Chinese consulate. At the press conference, they talked to media in depth about the incident, in which Australian Falun Gong practitioners were shot at.
Month: July 2004
CHINESE spiritual movement Falun Gong said yesterday it would file charges of human rights violations under international law in SA against China’s communist leaders.
Mr Liang was among nine Australian-based Falun Gong members who entered South Africa on Monday to protest during a visit there of Chinese Vice-President Zeng Qinghong and Commerce Minister Bo Xilai about China’s human rights abuses.
AN Australian man wounded in a drive-by shooting in South Africa alleges he was the target of gunmen hired by the Chinese government. Sydney man David Liang, 41, a follower of the religious group Falun Gong which is outlawed in China, is recovering in a South African hospital from gunshot wounds to his feet.
Australian Citizen Shot in South Africa – “This Was Not a Random Drive-by Shooting” – say Aussie Falun Gong practitioners in Pretoria. Australian High Commission Employee’s Claim is Unfounded.
The weekend of 19 June to 21 June 2004 marked the celebration of National Falun Dafa Day in Canberra Australia. Practitioners from all over Australia took the opportunity to gather in Canberra to make the public more aware of the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in China and to expose the torture methods and lies used by the Jiang regime to poison the people of the world.
David Liang was travelling from Johannesburg Airport to Pretoria yesterday when multiple shots were fired at the car he was travelling in, the group said in a statement.
These are the first gunshots fired at overseas Falun Gong practitioners by Jiang’s followers, who have been using all possible means in persecuting Falun Gong practitioners. This incident in South Africa is most likely just an extension of the Jiang group’s state sponsored terrorism to overseas countries.