China’s Foreign Ministry calls a press conference in Beijing to tell Australia it should not welcome groups the CCP has declared “heretic.”
The famous human rights lawyer who defended Falun Gong practitioners has been sentenced to 4,5 years in jail. Beijing arrogantly treads on the law again.
The Chinese government is so intimidated by this spiritual practice that focuses on mediation and exercise it tortures its practitioners.
According to an internal document, the CCP is tightening the noose around the flow of information regarding its persecution of religion.
Five different companies continuously bring classical Chinese dance and music to 155 cities around the world. Shen Yun has been founded and is managed by Falun Gong practitioners, and the CCP has repeatedly tried to prevent theaters in the West from hosting it.
A woman signed up for a Falun Gong pamphlet, and her grandson and daughter were punished severely ten years later.
International scholars start asking the question whether what China is doing to the Uyghurs, members of Falun Gong, and other groups, should be properly qualified as genocide
Demonstrations in Canada support Chen Huixia, who has been sentenced under Art. 300 of the Chinese Criminal Code for “using a xie jiao”.
Falun Gong, banned and persecuted in China, is described by the authorities as the quintessential xie jiao (“heterodox teaching”). Yet, until 1996, Falun Gong was hailed by the regime as a positive contributor to China’s physical and moral welfare. What happened in the following years?
The national crackdown on banned “heterodox teachings” (xie jiao) led to the sentencing of 305 Falun Gong practitioners between April and July 2018.