Imprisoned Man Loses Most of His Teeth Due to Abuse, Still Fighting to Hold Perpetrators Responsible One Year after Release

In his administrative suit, Mr. Sun Jianfeng is asking that the prison director and other key perpetrators be held responsible for the injuries they caused. The district court has refused to grant him a hearing and the intermediate court is still trying to determine whether or not to take up the case. 

Canadian Senate Unanimously Passes Bill to Combat Organ Trafficking

The proposed legislation would help protect prisoners of conscience in China from becoming victims of forced organ harvesting in China's transplant tourism trade. Bill S-240 criminalizes any involvement in organ transplants obtained without informed consent of the donor, significantly deterring Canadian citizens from traveling to China for organs.

How Falun Gong Benefits Society (Part 1)

This series highlights stories of people who changed their lives for the better and benefited others around them after they started to practice Falun Dafa. In the first installment, we examine the journeys of a chief gynecologist, an office director, a township cadre, a television news editor, and a financial manager. Though their professions and social settings differ, they all share a common experience of improved health, character, and well-being.

Brazil: The Art of Zhen, Shan, Ren Exhibition in Sao Paulo and Brasilia

Visitors to the exhibits were impressed by the quality of the artworks and by Falun Gong practitioners' unyielding spirit in the face of the Chinese Communist Party's persecution.

Nagoya, Japan: Falun Dafa Practitioners Raise Awareness at City Festival

At the 64th Nagoya Fall Festival, which was held in Sakae, the busiest area in Nagoya, Japan, locals and tourists alike had a chance to learn about the persecution of Falun Dafa in China.

Hebei Woman Sentenced to 3.5 Years, Forced to Waive Right to Have Case Reconsidered

In another case of trampling over due process, the local CCP authorities are denying a practitioner the right to appeal after unjustly sentencing her to 3.5 years for giving out calendars promoting her spiritual belief.

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