Month: October 2005

Falun Gong Human Rights Newsletter: Where in China Are Your Dolls and Toys Made? (Photos)

The African slave trade, Hitler’s concentration camps, and the Soviet gulags, all added together, are not enough to describe the sinister nature of the Chinese communist regime’s laogai system – the system of “education and rectification through forced labor.” This evil system is by far the most-employed apparatus in the PRC government’s persecution of Falun Gong.

“Noosa News”(QLD) – Letter to Editor

The recent deportation of the Australian dancer from China highlights the significance and controversial nature of the special report entitled the “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party”.

The Effect of Overseas Lawsuits Against High-Ranking CCP Officials

Lawsuits filed outside China against high-ranking CCP officials have become an important aspect of Falun Gong practitioners’ efforts to resist the persecution. Some people may ask, “As soon you file a lawsuit, he runs back to China. What can you do to the defendants? What good is it to sue them?”

AAP: Dancer calls for China condemnation

The 43-year-old Mr Wang was confronted by Chinese officials in Shanghai during rehearsals for a combined performance of Mulan with the Shanghai Song and Dance Ensemble.

Falun Dafa Association Announcement

Since 1999 when the dictator Jiang Zemin initiated the bloody persecution of Falun Gong in China, the CCP has relied upon state power and an array of CCP terrorist mechanisms under its control to suppress innocent Falun Gong practitioners to the greatest extent possible. Under Jiang and the CCP’s menace, many province- and city-level officials have acted as ringleaders or collaborators in the torture and killing of Falun Gong practitioners. Using their official positions, they have participated in this persecution to varying degrees, not only as initiators, co-conspirators and ringleaders, but also as aiders, abetters, and other types of accomplices.