When Jane Dai’s husband Chengyong Chen lost his life fighting for his beliefs the couple’s daughter was just a baby. Fa Du Chen will never remember the short time she spent with her father and must now learn about the strong-willed man through stories and photographs.
Folding and distributing the paper lotus flower is part of the global Petals of Peace campaign for kids as well. Practitioners let others know about innocent children and families who are affected by the brutal persecution of the spiritual practice in China.
GMR is an international non profit ,human rights organization that was developed by a group of volunteers. The mission of GMR is to raise awareness and to get practioners, orphans out of china.
And for that Jane Dai says her husband was kidnapped, brutally tortured and murdered. Mrs Dai fled China in 2001 fearing for her life with her nine-month-old daughter after her husband was arrested and sent to a detention centre for practising the traditional Chinese spiritual discipline, Falun Gong.
A FESTIVAL will be held to raise money to help rescue Falun Gong orphans and spread the word of the persecution happening in China.
Since July 1999, a massive genocide has been carried out against Falun Gong practitioners in China, and the most vulnerable victims are the children. They are separated from their parents, forced into homelessness, expelled from schools, orphaned, and even persecuted to death. It’s been six years…
A recent report by the Global Mission to Rescue Persecuted Falun Gong Practitioners provides the details of the deaths of at least fivechildren ranging in age from eight months to 17 years who have died as aresult of persecution of the Falun Gong spiritual group in China.
Human Rights in China (HRIC) expresses its deep concern over thisreport, in particular as China’s report on its implementation of itsobligations under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child comes upfor review by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child in May 2005.
Three months after Huang Ying’s birth in August 2001, she was forced to separate from her mother who was practicing Falun Dafa. On December 5, 2002, when she was one-and-a-half years old, little Huang Ying saw her mother’s body.
Once upon a time, in a far away pond lived a little seed named Lily. She was shy and timid, but enjoyed playing with all of her friends. Lily longed to see the beauty of this light, but just could not rise above the depths and murky waters of the pond.