Well-Being of Hunger Striking Practitioners in Singapore Is a Concern of Falun Gong Practitioners Around the World (Photos)

(Clearwisdom.net) Two Falun Gong practitioners in Singapore, Ms. Ng Chye Huay and Ms. Cheng Lujin are presently on hunger strike in Changyi Woman's Prison to protest the unjust court sentences by the Singapore authorities against them. According to the Strait Times' report, a prison spokesman said that refusing to eat was an offence under the Prisons Act. If found guilty, they could be placed in a punishment cell or given a written warning. They will be placed on a glucose drip should their health be in danger. Falun Gong practitioners from across the world are extremely concerned about the situation and have successively gone to Singapore Embassies in different countries to appeal on behalf of the two practitioners.

Australia: Falun Gong Practitioners Urge Singapore Government To Not Be An Accomplice of the Chinese Communist Regime (Photos)

(Clearwisdom.net) On May 1, 2005, Falun Gong practitioners from Australia gathered in front of the Singapore Embassy to hold a peaceful appeal and a news conference. They were protesting the Singapore court's unjust conviction of Falun Gong practitioners and requested the Singapore government to immediately release the two innocent Falun Gong practitioners who are currently imprisoned. Practitioners also called upon the Singapore government not to become an accomplice of the Chinese communist regime and immediately stop its participation in the suppression of Falun Gong. Practitioners delivered an appeal letter to the Embassy officials.

U.S. Human Rights Attorney Urges Singapore Court to Reverse Verdict


May 3, 2005

On April 29, 2005, Falun Gong practitioners in Washington D.C. went to the Singapore Embassy to appeal, and to urge the Singapore government to immediately release the 2 Falun Gong practitioners and stop participating in the Chinese government's persecution of Falun Gong. Human Rights attorney Dr. Terri Marsh gave a speech that made the following points.

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