More of the Tortures Used by China's Communist Regime

The Chinese Communist regime has utilized hundreds of torture methods against Falun Gong practitioners over the course of the brutal 14-year persecution. The goal of the torture? To force practitioners to renounce their belief.

Words are inadequate to describe the brutality of the torture methods. Below are just a few of the tortures that Falun Gong practitioners are subjected to, in attempts to break their spirit. Although it is hard to believe that this is happening on such a wide scale today, such torture takes place inside prisons, forced labour camps, and detention centres, as well as brainwashing centres.

1. Water Torture

Guards in the Weifang Changle Forced Labour Camp in Shandong Province use hoses to force water into a practitioner's mouth and nose, or directly thrust the practitioner's head into a water tank.

Officers in the Changchun Police Department have used water kettles to dump water over practitioners, almost drowning them.

Some practitioners in the Guangzhou Brainwashing Centre have been tied up and held upside down with their heads forced into a toilet.

Other practitioners have been force-fed with highly concentrated salt water, chilli water, and even shampoo. Such torture causes severe damage to the nasal cavity, throat, chest, and digestive system.

2. Pressed Under the Board

Another excruciating torture used in the Changle Forced Labour Camp in Weifang City, Shandong Province, is called “pressed under the board.” In this torture, police officers tie a practitioner's hands and feet together so that the practitioner's body is forced into a bent position. A board is then placed on the practitioner's body, and an officer sits on the board.

3. Death Bed

The “death bed” is one of the primary torture methods used against Falun Gong practitioners in the Beijing “Legal Education Training Centre” (which is in fact the Beijing Brainwashing Centre), as well as in Weibei Prison of Shandong Province, the Weifang Detention Centre, and many other detention centres throughout China.

In some areas, practitioners are tied to a bed for days, sometimes for as long as two months. In some instances, practitioners are released for short times so that they can use the toilet, but in some places, practitioners are tied up for days without being released at all, even when they need to use the toilet. Regardless of whether or not the practitioner is male or female, they are stripped from the waist down, and a chamber pot is placed under the bed. Practitioners are also force-fed to keep them alive during this torture.

4. Tied and Hung Up

Another savage torture method used in the Guangzhou Brainwashing Centre involves the practitioners' legs being tied up in the full lotus position. Their arms are then tied behind their backs, and their hands are suspended behind them. This torture is excruciating.


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