For 13 years, the Chinese Communist Party has carried out an extensive persecution campaign against the Falun Gong spiritual practice. Now, a US Consulate cable leaked by Wikileaks, suggests that campaign has fuelled frustration within the regime.
The 21st Annual Wellness Show in Vancouver was held at the International Convention Center from February 15 to 17. Local Falun Gong practitioners set up a booth at the show and demonstrated the exercises several times each day.
Nobel Peace Prize nominee and prominent human rights lawyer Mr David Matas C.M. will be the keynote speaker at upcoming events, providing details of the latest research and initiatives aimed at stopping the lucrative, but highly unethical, practice of organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China.
You are invited to hear the latest in mounting research regarding live organ harvesting in China.
This talk will provide insight into the current political context of this practice, and how it
You are invited to hear the latest in the mounting research regarding live organ harvesting in China, providing insight into the current political context in China and its impact on Australia.
You are invited to hear the latest in mounting research regarding live organ harvesting in China. This talk will provide insight into the current political context of this practice, and how it impacts Australia.
The dawn of the 21st century has brought with it a new kind of evil – the mass harvesting of organs from prisoners of conscience. We are confronted with not only a few acts of murder, but murders that are systematic and committed on a large scale, sanctioned by the world’s largest remaining communist regime. This is the tragedy of organ harvesting in China, where victims’ organs are forcibly harvested and sold for profit.
Millions of Falun Gong practitioners around the world will mark a historic day on 25 April commemorating the 13th anniversary of the largest public appeal since the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests.
In an unusual Australian refugee case, eight Falun Gong practitioners and two other Chinese asylum seekers had a closed-door meeting in Darwin with immigration officials today, as they tossed up whether to continue on a dangerous voyage by boat to New Zealand or stay in Australia.
Located in Tianjin province, China, the Gangbei Prison has tortured more than 100 Falun Gong practitioners. With instructions from the Chinese Communist Party, wardens persecute practitioners with various methods, either directly or through manipulating inmates. Falun Gong practitioner Fan Jianming was recently released from the prison, where he had been tortured for nine years.