Month: July 2005

Chen Yonglin Exposes Harassments of Falun Gong Practitioners Backed by Evidence (Photos)

Former Chinese diplomat Chen Yonglin, who defected recently from the Chinese Consulate-general in Sydney, successively exposed inside stories about the Chinese Communist regime’s extensive spy network that has infiltrated democratic western countries including Australia and persecuted and harassed Falun Gong practitioners inside and outside of China.

The Horrific Sexual Abuse of Women in Chinese Labour Camps

The Women’s Rights and Protection Act in the People’s Republic of China’s Constitution states clearly that “Women need special protection during menstruation, pregnancy, childbirth, and lactation.” Nonetheless, reports of sexual assault, such as rape and forced abortion, frequently surface from Chinese labor camps.

Late-Term Abortion Forced on Falun Gong Practitioner

One year ago, a woman in China’s Henan Province was sentenced to five years in prison because she refused to give up her faith in Falun Gong, and refused to curse the spiritual practice as ordered by the Chinese government. However, only recently was her story published on overseas websites in order to direct international attention to China’s human rights issues.

Falun Gong persecution reaches 6 years – too long

Wednesday 20 July 2005, marks six years since the persecution of Falun Gong began in China in July 1999. The death toll and number of cases of torture and forced labour has continued to increase every month, making the persecution of Falun Gong the most serious issue in China today.