World Falun Dafa Day, Worldwide News

  • Australia: Rally Held in Brisbane Chinatown to Support Ten Million Withdrawals from CCP

    On June 17th Falun Gong practitioners held a rally in Chinatown again to support eleven million withdrawals from the CCP and call on all circles to pay attention to and stop the CCP's persecution of Falun Gong. On the venue were banners in both English and Chinese, and posters exposing the CCP's crimes.
  • Canada: Team Seeks Unrestricted Fact-Finding Trip to China for Investigation into Organ Seizing from Falun Gong Prisoners

    Hon. David Kilgour, J.D., former Secretary of State (Asia Pacific) of Canada, and David Matas, international human rights lawyer, have been pushing for a fact-finding trip to China after they launched an investigation into organ seizing from Falun Gong prisoners in China. One of the team is to discuss a possible visit and terms and conditions of the trip with a Chinese Embassy representative in Ottawa, Canada this Friday.
  • Taiwan: Interview with a Falun Gong practitioner who clarifies the facts by phone to China

    For seven years, Falun Gong practitioners have been standing up against the persecution by clarifying the truth about the situation to the world's people. Falun Gong practitioners in China have been distributing leaflets to clarifying the facts about Falun Gong face to face but also telling Chinese people about the persecution via all sorts of methods. Out of all the methods, the most direct way is making phone calls to China to directly tell people there the facts about Falun Gong. The following is an interview with a Falun Gong practitioner who often uses phonecalls to clarify the facts
  • United States: Charges Against Dr. Wenyi Wang Dropped

    When talking about why the American government made the present decision, Wang said, "It may be due to a concern for morality and justice. The First Amendment to the US Constitution guarantees people's freedom of speech, freedom of belief and freedom of expression. This is the fundamental difference between this country and other countries, especially totalitarian countries like China."
  • KUSI TV (United States): Report on the CCP's Crimes of Live Organ Removal

    The report stated that one case was disclosed by the wife of a surgeon who was involved in the organ removal operations. The corneas of practitioners were taken when they were alive. Other doctors took other organs. Once they got what they needed, those practitioners would die, and their remains were cremated.
  • Taiwan: Falun Gong Practitioners from East Taiwan Study the Fa and Share Cultivation Experiences

    On June 18th Falun Gong practitioners from three counties in the East Taiwan area, Yilan, Hualien and Taitung, assembed in Hualien to have a group Fa-study and experience sharing. Practitioners shared their understanding of Master's teaching at the Fa-conference in Canada and looked for their own shortcomings.
  • New Zealand: Practitioners Support Withdrawals from CCP and Expose the Persecution

    On June 17th, 2006, Falun Gong practitioners and supporters in New Zealand held a rally and parade in downtown Hamilton to support the eleven million withdrawals from the CCP. They also exposed the live organ harvesting atrocities. Many passers-by stopped to watch and said that the persecution is too brutal.
  • Taiwan: "Validating the Fa Photo Exhibition" Held in Shih Hsin University

    The artworks only display a few examples of practitioners' validating the Fa in the last several years. They are collected from photos taken by practitioners during truth clarification and they show practitioners' solid spirit and belief in the universe's principle of "Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance".
  • Durango Herald (United States): Chinese group cites abuse

    Joyce Li of Colorado Springs, right, and Joy Zhao of Aspen demonstrate the Falun Standing Stance, a Falun Gong position, outside Durango City Hall during a car tour Thursday. The exercise, "cultivates your mind," said Li, who is originally from Changchun, China. "That's what Communist parties don't like, they don't want you to think freely."
  • North Shore News (Canada): See no evil (Opinion Column)

    And the Falun Gong protest, with its rickety structure and unsightly posters, is an uncomfortable reminder of what we are ignoring about our new friend. By effectively shutting the protest down, we are allowing ourselves to hide from an unpleasant truth: when we have nothing invested in another nation, we quite happily call out its every misstep, but when a nation is closely tied to our own economic well-being, we are much more hesitant to criticize.
  • Taiwan: Falun Dafa Photo Exhibition Moves Students and Teachers of Tunghwa University

    The photo exhibition helped more students and teachers of Tunghwa University know the truth of Falun Dafa and recognise the brutal nature of the Chinese Communist Party. The Falun Gong practitioners believe that when more people choose to side with righteousness, the evil will soon perish.
  • Radio Free Asia: Canadian Investigation Team Will Go to China to Collect Evidence on Organ Harvesting Incidents

    Radio Free Asia reported on June 15th, 2006, an independent investigation team from Canada recently brought to the Chinese Embassy in Canada a request to go to Mainland China to investigate and collect evidence on allegations that the Chinese Communist Party is harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners in forced labour camps, and then killing the practitioners.
  • Canada: MP Expresses Concern Over the CCP’s Persecution of Falun Gong

    Recently, in the County Office I have received a delegation of four Falun Gong practitioners. This is a spiritual movement that encourages one to practice supple gymnastics accompanied by meditation based on the theme of Truthfulness, Goodness and Endurance. These practitioners have left me with an extensive list of public documents that demonstrate that the practitioners of this system are victims of discrimination and ill treatment in China.
  • United States: New Castle County, Delaware Council Passes Resolution Calling for Investigation of Chinese Concentration Camps

    At the council, a practitioner representative thanked the council for passing the resolution and briefly introduced to the meeting attendees the truth of the persecution of Falun Gong in China and the recently revealed CCP’s concentration camps where practitioners’ organs are being harvested.
  • The Vancouver Sun (British Columbia): Mayor Caves in to Communist Dictators

    The Chinese Communist Party is scared to death that the genocide being committed against the Falun Gong will be fully revealed. Part of the propaganda passed off as news in China is that the Falun Gong is banned all over the world. It is troublesome for the communist government when mainland Chinese come here and see that not only is Falun Gong legal, but that our governments actually allow peaceful appeals -- even in front of Chinese consulates. What a loss of face for the regime.