Singapore: Sound of Waist Drums Leads the Way (Photos)

( On the morning of Sunday, May 22, 2005, the annual Singapore "Big Walk" began. At 7:30 a.m., tens of thousands of sports and health enthusiasts lined up outside the national stadium and set off. The atmosphere was quite festive.

Photo Report: Anti-Torture Exhibit in Taman Perbandaran, Penang, Malaysia

( On the morning of Sunday, May 22, 2005, Falun Gong practitioners from many areas successively arrived at the Taman Perbandaran, Penang to prepare for a Falun Gong exercise demonstration and anti-torture exhibit.

Falun Gong Practitioners Stage Reenactment of the Chinese Communist Regime's Forced Labor and Torture Methods at MIT Symposium on Forced Labor and the Global Economy (Photos)

(, May 20, 2005) On May 14, 2005, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Program on Human Rights and Justice held a large symposium entitled, "Forced Labor in the Global Economy." Attendees of the symposium were from across the USA and the majority of them were scholars, human rights leaders, government officials and media focusing on human rights, law and forced labor. Among those who participated were Deputy U.S. Secretary of Labor Steven Law, chief author of the International Labor Organization (ILO) Roger Plant, Terry Collingsworth of the International Labor Rights Fund and Stephen King, Director of the BBC World Service Trust.

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