At 1 pm, August 5, practitioners from the Sydney area held a press conference outside the Chinese Consulate in Sydney regarding Hong Kong’s trial of Swiss and Hong Kong practitioners. They called on people of all walks of life to express concern and help stop this “political persecution.”
On the morning of August 6, Falun Dafa practitioners in Melbourne, Australia held peaceful sit-in in front of the Chinese Embassy to protest the Jiang regime’s persecution on Hong Kong people’s freedom and democracy and call on Hong Kong authority to immediately dismiss the politically motivated accusation against the 16 Falun Gong practitioners.
“No amount of hatred can crush our compassionate hearts, and no propaganda can forever hide the truth.” On March 14, 2002, twelve Hong Kong practitioners joined the four Swiss to begin a quiet, three-day sit-in and hunger strike in front of the Peoples’ Republic of China Liaison Office. Photographic and video documentation (photos and timeline) clearly illustrate that the practitioners appealed peacefully, posed no threat, and left ample room for pedestrian traffic.
The magistrate in question rejected Mr. Harris’ request. Below are three incidents that demonstrate a pattern of partiality on the part of the magistrate
New Zealand’s Auckland airport has defended its decision to order the
removal of a poster promoting the Falun Gong spiritual movement.