Month: December 2005

Falun Gong motion to be moved in Senate

On Tuesday 6 December 2005, a motion will be moved in the Senate by Senator Bob Brown, that the Senate to request the government to seek an end to the persecution of Falun Gong members in China and to call on the government to lift restrictions on Australian Falun Gong practitioners’ peaceful appeal outside the Chinese Embassy in Canberra.

Letter to Prime Minister

I am a fourteen-year-old secondary student in Auburn. I am writing to you regarding the issue of the continued signing of certificates restricting the use of banners, signs and cassette players in Falun Gong practitioners’ peaceful appeal opposite the Chinese Embassy in Canberra.

Letter to Australian Government

I wish to bring to your attention the urgent cases of three Falun Gong practitioners in Australia who are facing torture and persecution if deported to China.

Letter to MPs

We are writing to you with regards to Falun Gong practitioners being refused asylum in Australia and their imminent deportation back to China.

Open Letter to All MPs

We are Australian citizens who came to Australia after the June 4 Tiananmen Massacre. We came here because we were disappointed to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and we were here for freedom.

Letter to MP – Deportation Case

I would like to ask your support for this couple by exposing your concern to the officials in charge of the deportation. Please help to allow Mr and Mrs Li Yishu to stay in Australia until the persecution has finished.

Letter to Senator Polley

The persecution of Falun Gong does not just happen within China, even Australian citizens are experiencing it. Australian Falun Gong practitioners have been receiving all kinds of harassment and interference in Australia as former First Secretary of Sydney Chinese Consulate Mr Chen Yonglin exposed to the media.