Chinese traditional culture has gone through a lot of difficulties, and in the past fifty years it has been severely damaged by the CCP. However, the greatest perception of Chinese culture is its understanding of the principle of mutual-generation and mutual-inhibition, a principle which posits that things reverse when they reach an extreme.
Month: January 2005
As I climb up a muddy grade,
I keep falling and wounding myself.
During the process I eliminate one secular attachment after another
Only to fulfill a grand pledge I have made.
THOUSANDS of people have been killed in China for doing the exercise Falun Gong, but a steady group of people practise freely every day on the Gold Coast.
Traditional Chinese culture is a precious cultural heritage. It not only carries 5,000 years of long-standing history but is also the cultural heritage from previous human civilization, or in other words, from pre-historic civilizations.
A candlelight Vigil in memory of Falun Gong practitioners tortured to death in China was viewed by many people driving past on the busy four-lane Old Gold Coast Highway.
BEAUTY and brutality are the themes of an exhibition of 43 paintings from
the Uncompromising Courage exhibition being hosted by the Australia Chinese
Cultural & Art Association.
The exhibition displays the beauty of Falun Gong cultivation practice and the uncompromising spirit of the many Falun Dafa disciples who, with merciful compassion, are clarifying the truth during the more-than-five-year brutal persecution of Dafa.
To coincide with the 12th January 1951, when genocide was declared illegal by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Australian Falun Dafa practitioners held the Persecution Meets Principle anti-torture exhibition in Bankstown, Sydney, on January the 13th and 14th 2005.
Falun Gong Practitioners from Australia clarify the truth in Manhattan, New York.
On January 9, 2005, the Taiwan Falun Dafa Cultivation Experience Sharing Conference was solemnly held in the Taipei International Conference Center. More than 6,000 practitioners from across Taiwan, North America, Japan, Malaysia and other places around the world attended the conference.