Month: November 2004

Epoch Times: China Gansu Province Party Secretary Held in Zambia

For the second time in three months, Falun Gong practitioners have filed a lawsuit against a high-ranking Chinese official visiting Africa. Gansu Province Party Secretary Su Rong was served on November 4 while visiting the southern African nation of Zambia, where he was ordered to stay pending a court appearance.

Su Rong is the second high-ranking Chinese official to be sued in Africa and the first official to be forced to remain in a foreign country.

Candle Night Vigil in Canberra (Photos)

On Saturday night of November 13th 2004, Australian Falun Dafa practitioners gathered in front of the Chinese Embassy in Canberra to call for the trial of the instigator of this persecution, Jiang Zemin, and his perpetrators Luo Gan, Liu Jing and Zhou Yongkang, according to the law.

Batlow Apple Blossom Festival(Photos)

Batlow, a small country town in the Snowy Mountains of Australia, is famous for it’s lovely mountain scenery and crisp juicy apples. Recently it staged its first Apple Blossom Festival for many years.

Bomb Threat Fails to Deter National Arts Club Exhibit

Four of the thirteen artists personally experienced torture and beating at the hands of Chinese authorities. Their art conveys equally the persecution and also the unyielding perseverance of Falun Gong practitioners in China.