Breaking footage: China’s Brutal Labour Camps, Part 1

Today we begin a special series on the shocking conditions within China’s “re-education through labour” camps. Now, with cell phone camera footage that has just been smuggled out of China, the international community is being given a rare glimpse of life within these camps.

China’s other world

It was 2:00 am and we were sitting on the floor of a Bangkok slum. We had a flight to catch the next morning, but after interviewing Falun Gong refugees for a week we still couldn’t pull away from what they were telling us.

Being a Falun Gong practitioner

Often in the news but rarely understood, Falun Gong is regularly associated
with Chinese human rights issues. Leeshai Lemish gives his understanding of what
Falun Gong practitioners actually believe I would have laughed if ten years ago
you told me that my search for a meditation practice would land me on Beijing’s

Why is Falun Gong Banned?

Leeshai Lemish looks at the history and causes of the Chinese Communist Party’s campaign against Falun Gong.

Beijing Reporters, Tear Down This Firewall (and How To)

With the International Olympic Committee having admitted prior consent to the Chinese authorities to block access for foreign reporters to certain websites (article), the Falun Dafa Information Center, in cooperation with Internet freedom activists, hereby offers journalists in Beijing a resource to gain free access to information during their stay in China.