Taiwan: The Taiwanese Association for the Rescue of Falun Gong Practitioners Being Persecuted Is Formally Established

The Chinese people in Taiwan and China are treated quite differently: practising Falun Gong in Taiwan is legal, just as it is in over 60 other countries. However, practitioners in China are persecuted and abused. To rescue those Falun Gong practitioners from being persecuted in China, to have more people know about the catastrophe taking place in China, and to bring those wrongdoers who persecute Falun Gong to justice, practitioners in Taiwan legally established the non-profit organisation, the 'Taiwanese Association for the Rescue of Falun Gong Practitioners Being Persecuted.' The association will do its best to rescue practitioners who are being persecuted in China by the Jiang faction, until the end of the persecution.

Words contained in the certificate:

Certificate of National and Area Organisations

The Establishment for the Taiwanese Association for the Rescue of Falun Gong Practitioners Being Persecuted is Approved.

Organisation: Taiwanese Association for the Rescue of Falun Gong Practitioners Being Persecuted

Establishment date: June 24, 2004

Association address: 333 Lane 191, East Minquan Street, Sengshan, Taipei

Minster of Internal Affairs
(seal)
June 24

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