Engineer Sues Former Chinese Dictator After More than a Decade of Severe Persecution

Ms. Dong Yuying has lived an ongoing nightmare of arrests, incarceration and torture for upholding her belief. She recently filed a criminal complaint against former dictator Jiang Zemin for initiating this persecution that has devastated an untold number of law-abiding citizens. Her account of the torture and abuse that she has suffered provides a window into the brutal injustice that many people in China are still experiencing today.

Russia Falun Gong Practitioners Share Their Cultivation Experiences

Thousands of Russians from all walks of life have benefited from Falun Gong since the ancient Chinese cultivation practice was first introduced to Russia in 1998. We present here the stories of three young practitioners, who share how they have improved their lives and benefitted from practicing Falun Gong.

Chongqing, China: Court Prosecutor Insinuates that Practicing Falun Gong is Indeed Lawful

Falun Gong practitioner Mr. Zhang Jun's lawyer argued that no law in China criminalizes Falun Gong and that his client should never have been prosecuted for exercising his constitutional right to freedom of belief. The prosecutor couldn’t specify any law that Mr. Zhang had broken and was unable to provide evidence of any unlawful conduct. The defense lawyer demanded an acquittal, but the judge adjourned the hearing without issuing a verdict.

Heilongjiang Woman Secretly Tried, Request for Retrial Denied

Justice has been denied to Ms. Cui Fenglan at every step, from arrest to the appeal process.

Striving to Adhere to the Highest Principles at Work

A practitioner in China applies Dafa's principles of Truthfulness, Compassion and Forbearance to every aspect of life and work – and finds joy and peace in the process.

Two Security Officials Stop Participating in the Persecution

They include a political security director and a domestic security captain, who used to persecute practitioners aggressively in carrying out the Communist Party's policy.

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