No religion calls itself a religion during the early days when their masters are imparting the teachings, yet in the form of ordinary human society, they are all classified as religions. Therefore, in human society, in order to comply with everyday people’s laws, you may register as a religion and recognize everyday people’s definition that you are a religious organization.
(Team Blue translation)
No religion was ever described as being a “religion” by its teacher when he was first imparting it, but in every case came to be classified as such by the rest of society. So it is fine to accept people’s designation of us as a religious organization and to register it as such, so as to adhere to society’s legal norms.
(Team Yellow translation)
Falun Gong practitioners in San Francisco, Chicago, Las Vegas, and New York commemorate the 19th anniversary of a quiet, dignified appeal for justice by practitioners in Beijing.
A participant recalls when more than 10,000 Falun Dafa practitioners took part in creating history.
There was a spike in newcomers to Falun Gong exercise sites in Taiwan after the peaceful demonstration by practitioners in Beijing made headline news in 1999.
~ April 25 Events ~
~ Accounts of Persecution ~
~ Good is Rewarded ~
Death Toll Reaches Genocidal Proportions
Estimates put the number who have perished as a result of persecution at over one million.
Organ Harvesting Atrocities
Evidence suggests over 60,000 killed for their organs in an illicit state-sanctioned organ trade.
A Fundamental Misconception
Chinese state media reports falsely claim that practicing Falun Gong has led to 1,400 deaths.
Self-Immolation: An Elaborate Hoax
A 2001 TV broadcast of people setting themselves on fire was actually a propaganda ploy.
April 25 Peaceful Appeal
The most peaceful protest in history is called a 'siege' by top party brass
Prosecuting Jiang Zemin
Bringing the prime culprit in the persecution to justice
More Basic Truths
A primer on the web of lies upon which the persecution was built
Learn About Falun Dafa
An advanced practice of self-cultivation freely available to all