Auckland & Sydney: Visiting Chinese Premier Meets With Peaceful Protests

China's Premier Li Keqiang visited Australia and New Zealand this past week, where he was met with Falun Gong practitioners staging peaceful protests outside his hotels and meeting places. One practitioner said that they came because they wanted to get their point across to the Chinese leader. They want China's leaders to stop persecuting Falun Gong and to bring those responsible to justice.

Japan’s Tian Guo Marching Band Holds Experience Sharing Conference on Tenth Anniversary of Band's Founding

The Japan Tian Guo Marching Band, composed entirely of Falun Gong practitioners, was founded in May 2007 and gave its first public performance on April 23, 2008. There are now 170 members in the band. The band recently celebrated its 10th anniversary and marked the occasion with a gathering, where practitioners shared their personal stories of growth and inspiration.

339 Cases of Falun Gong Practitioners Arrested and Harassed for Their Faith in February 2017

Updated information for February of 2017: The persecution continues as hundreds more Falun Gong practitioners have been arrested and harassed in February, though in some cases they have been quickly released. 

Nagpur, India: Practitioners Hold Three-Day Fa Study and Workshop During Holi Festival

Between 40 and 50 practitioners attended, including children. Some of those new to the practice expressed that the study session gave them new insights and helped to answer questions they had on their minds.

Mr. Qu Guangyi Arrested After Being Released from Prison—Whereabouts Unknown

Falun Gong practitioner Mr. Qu Guangyi, 50, was re-arrested by the local 610 Office immediately after his release from Jilin City Prison on January 12, 2017.

Conflicts Arranged by Master

"Two practitioners test my xinxing the most. They are serious, decisive, quick to get things done, short-tempered, and don't hesitate to criticize others..."

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