Voices of Support, Awards and Recognition

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  • EU Parliament Member: "The Audience Was Thrilled"

    Frankfurt's celebrated venue, Jahrhunderthalle, was the proud host of the Shen Yun Performing Arts Touring Company for three shows March 12-14, 2010. Resounding applause attested that the audience thoroughly enjoyed this world-class show. Among many distinguished audience members was Thomas Mann, a European Parliament member.
  • Swedish MPs Support the Hong Kong People's Wish to See Shen Yun

    Two Swedish MPs, Ms. Cecilia Wigström and Mr. Andreas Norlén, who have seen Shen Yun performances in Sweden, were interviewed recently. Both were disappointed to learn that the Shen Yun shows were forced to cancel because the Hong Kong government, manipulated by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), refused to grant visas to six technical experts on the Shen Yun Performing Arts staff.
  • Belgium Leading Human Rights Lawyer: International Net of Justice is Closing

    Spain's National Court launched a lawsuit against Jang Zemin and other prime culprits who persecute Falun Gong. Leading human rights lawyer G. H. Beauthier said: “We are building an international net of justice, and going to do it step by step until these Chinese Communist Party officials who have committed crimes against humanity are eventually brought to justice.”
  • Former Victim of Communism Supports Lawsuits Against CCP Officials

    “This is a beginning, we must give our full support for it.” said by Mr Siegmar Faust in Germany with an overwhelming Saxony accent. Here, the beginning stands for the two sentences separately made in both a Spanish court and an Argentine court. Five high-ranking officials of the Chinese Communist Party including the former leader Jiang Zemin were sued by Spain's National Court for genocide and the crime of torture.
  • Swiss Human Rights Award goes to Authors of Investigation into CCP's Harvesting of Organs from Falun Gong

    On January 16, 2010, the Swiss branch of the International Society for Human Rights (IGFM) granted its 2009 Human Rights Award to Canada's human rights lawyer David Matas and Canada's former Secretary of State for the Asia Pacific region, David Kilgour, in recognition of their efforts in investigating the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)'s organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners.
  • People of Sweden Condemn CCP for Obstructing Shen Yun Show in Hong Kong

    People from all walks of life in Sweden are showing great concern after hearing that Shen Yun Performing Arts was forced to cancel all seven of its shows in Hong Kong because the Hong Kong Immigration Department denied entry visas to six key members of the Shen Yun production staff. People pointed out that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is up to its old tricks again.
  • Lord Avebury: The Chinese Communist Regime is the Primary Reason behind the Hong Kong Incident

    After hearing the news that Hong Kong complied with the CCP to interfere with Shen Yun's shows in the city, many United Kingdom political leaders who care about Hong Kong expressed disappointment. Lord Avebury, Member of Parliament, believes that the Chinese Communist regime is the primary reason behind the Hong Kong authority's denial of visas.
  • Human Rights Activist on Spanish Lawsuit against Jiang Zemin: This Is very Important Progress

    "Many people, including Falun Gong, Tibetan victims and others, are excluded from the court in their own nation. Therefore they seek judicial justice abroad. I think the Spanish case delivered a very important message. Not only does it provide some comfort for the victims, it also provides a court for them. This is impossible to find in the victims' own country."
  • Chairperson of European Parliament's Subcommittee on Human Rights: Lawsuit against Jiang Zemin is Encouraging

    Ms. Hautala said: "Our task is to build such a world, so that those who have committed crimes against humanity, war criminals and the perpetrators of serious violations of human rights have nowhere to escape. Some countries will not allow them to go unpunished even if the criminals are not their own citizens. Spain and Belgium are such countries."
  • European Parliament Condemns China's Human Rights Abuses at a Public Hearing

    On December 1, 2009, the European Parliament held a public hearing focusing on current human rights conditions in China. Attendees condemned human rights abuses under the Chinese Communist regime, especially the treatment of Falun Gong, and discussed diplomatic measures to be adopted in the future.
  • Political Science Professor: Spanish Lawsuit a Huge Warning to the CCP

    The lawsuit filed in the Spanish National Court against Jiang Zemin, Luo Guan, Bo Xilai, Jia Qinglin and Wu Guanzheng has received wide attention from the international community. Queensland University Political Science professor Chwei-Liang Chiou said that this lawsuit is a huge warning to Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials.
  • Spanish Foreign Ministry: Administration Does not Interfere with Judiciary

    The Spanish National Court recently indicted five high-ranking Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials on charges of genocide and torture of Falun Gong practitioners. Spokeswoman María Salcedo of Spain's General Department of Foreign Policy for Asia and the Pacific, Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, said on November 27, 2009 that Spain is a democratic country and the administration does not interfere with the judiciary.
  • Renowned Law Professor: Spanish Lawsuit against Former Communist Head Is a Warning to All Wrongdoers

    Renowned law professor Yuan Hongbing said that this lawsuit will profoundly shock those Communist Party officials who have committed crimes against humanity in the persecution of Falun Gong. Professor Yuan said that the CCP's genocide against Falun Gong practitioners is one of the most severe human rights disasters in modern history.
  • Global Coalition to Bring Jiang to Justice: Spanish Court's Decision Is a Benchmark for International Justice

    The Spanish National Court recently indicted five high-ranking Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials – former Communist Party head Jiang Zemin and his die-hard followers Luo Gan, Bo Xilai, Jia Qinglin and Wu Guanzheng – on charges of genocide and torture of Falun Gong. Theresa Chu, lawyer and spokeswoman for the Global Coalition to Bring Jiang to Justice, stated that the Spanish court's decision is the most righteous and a benchmark for the international legal community.
  • David Matas: Lawsuit against Jiang in Spain Has Strong Evidence

    The Spanish National Court made a decision recently to indict chief culprit Jiang Zemin and four other Chinese Communist Party officials for genocide and torture against Falun Gong. Renowned Canadian human rights lawyer David Matas considers the indictment a positive development and believes the lawsuit against Jiang has strong evidence.