“The experience breaks my heart. There is no ‘One Country, Two Systems’ in Hong Kong anymore. Democracy does not exist,”
HONG KONG, Aug 22 (AFP) – An Australian Falungong practitioner has been denied entry at Hong Kong’s international airport and allegedly detained by
immigration authorities, a spokeswoman for the spiritual group said Thursday.
Deng Xiangyun, female, 39, was a resident of Gongnong District in Hegang City, Heilongjiang Province…On August 1, seeing that Deng was near death, the police sent her home to avoid responsibility. Deng passed away the very next day.
The 16 wrongfully charged and convicted Falun Gong practitioners refused to pay the fines imposed upon them by the unjust verdict.
“Amnesty International Australia calls upon the government at the talks this week to do something about this ineffectual dialogue process and declare to the Chinese delegation that unless persecution of Falun Gong ceases it is apparent the bilateral dialogue policy lacks reality and should be abandoned.”
Private bureaucratic talks between Australia and China were no way to address China’s human-rights abuses, ACT Greens MLA Kerrie Tucker said yesterday.
“We call on the U.N. to take immediate action to protect those to whom it has granted refugee status”
Australia says it will raise concerns about the treatment of Falun Gong movement and individual human rights cases.
Sydney, August 12, 2002 (Falun Dafa Information Centre) To coincide with the 6th Annual Bilateral China-Australia Human Rights Dialogue being held in Canberra during the week 12th to 16th August, witnesses to human rights abuses of Falun Gong practitioners in China will be holding a media briefing.
When people hear the truth about the persecution, they often ask, “Why does the the Jiang regime persecute Falun Gong? Why does this regime treat a group of people with such brutality, just for cultivating their bodies and minds?” Everyone with rational thinking finds it ridiculous.