To commemorate the 6th anniversary of the “4.25” peaceful appeal, when 10,000 Falun Gong practitioners went to government offices in Beijing to bring the government’s attention to the human rights abuses happening to Falun Gong in China, practitioners from Cambridge held a one-week photo exhibition in the city library. The photos revealed how Falun Gong practitioners in China are being subjected to brutal persecution. The photos also conveyed the reason behind the persecution: The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is notoriously known for its “falsity, evilness and violence”, principles that are very different from Falun Gong, which is based on “Truthfulness, Compassion and Forbearance.”
The photo exhibition, entitled “Commemorate 4.25 and Bid Farewell to the CCP,” was presented in Chinese and English. The photos were arranged in chronological order to expose all kinds of atrocities against Chinese people by the CCP, in the hope that the viewers could learn something from history and move towards a better future.
After viewing the photos, one local Chinese man sighed, “Falun Gong is really amazing. You see, whoever the CCP aims to knock down, the state leader included, would be beaten down in three days. But Falun Gong is different. It has been six years since the ‘4.25’ appeal. Nowadays, Falun Gong is popular all over the world and is known by more and more people.” He also mentioned that he had seen Falun Gong practitioners making around-the-clock peaceful demonstrations outside the Chinese Embassy in London. He admired the determination of the embassy appeal practitioners, who have been there 24 hours per day for several years.
Many western viewers of the photos were deeply shocked by the CCP’s atrocities against Falun Gong. They found it hard to imagine that such a brutal persecution is happening on the other side of the earth and that the facts of the persecution are being deliberately concealed.
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