The cement on 42nd Street is no less cold or unyielding. But it doesnt hurt eight-year-old Wesley Wangs legs anymore; his little body has grown used to it with all the sitting. Its the thought of his father that hurts.
Month: December 2004
A Vision Of Hope, A New Year Message.
All Australian Falun Dafa Practitioners Wish You Happy New Year!
May Truthfulness, Compassion and Forbearance bring you joy and peace.
In Solo, Indonesia, there is a textile factory with about 200 workers who have been practicing Falun Gong since 2001. After 3 months of practicing Falun Gong, the workers had much fewer illnesses. One indicator of this is that the medicine stock in the factory is lasting longer then ever before.
On 8 December 2004, Judge Wilkin of Northern California’s U.S. District Court adopted Magistrate Chen’s recommendation finding Liu and Xia liable for crimes that violate international treaties ratified by China, the Chinese Constitution and law, as well as international law.
Chinas human rights violations may seem far from our minds when compared to the growing attention on trade relationships, but in reality, this issue is impacting upon the conscience and lives of many Australians.
On December 8, 2004, Judge Wilkin of the United States District Court, Northern District of California affirmed a magistrate’s ruling that Beijing Communist Party Secretary Liu Qi is liable for the crimes of torture and crimes against humanity carried out by police under his administration in the persecution of Falun Gong.
The Party has always falsely claimed, “Now is the best period of human rights in Chinese history.” When the World Human Rights Day was coming (December 10, 2004), let us examine this statement through live examples.
A common question people ask about Falun Gong is: “You people have distributed so many flyers, done so much, and held such big events, where on earth does all this money come from?”
Bankstown artist Zhang Cuiying, 42, yesterday formally began her lawsuit against Mr Jiang’s and his “610 Office”, alleging they were responsible for her “brutal torture” at a Chinese detention centre.
The anti-torture exhibition, exercise demonstration and truth-clarification efforts which attracted countless passersby to watch. Many were first shocked by the exhibit, and then started to study the exhibit and read the posters seriously.