Shen Yun Concludes Seven-City Taiwan Tour in Changhua

The classical Chinese dance company put on 34 performances in Taiwan on its 2018 tour. A dance company director who had watched Shen Yun for the eighth year said, “With the dance techniques, the digital backdrops, and all the other artistic and cultural elements, it is a great feast." The mayor of Taichung appreciated the historical stories presented in the show, which convey the message that "evil can never prevail over good." 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Celebration of 300 Million People Quitting the Chinese Communist Organizations

On a sunny day in Philadelphia's Chinatown, Falun Gong practitioners celebrated a milestone towards China's spiritual freedom and a brighter future. “Quitting the CCP is not a political movement, rather it is a process for the Chinese people to break away from communist influence and find their own spiritual path,” said a spokesperson. Many residents and tourists learned more about the practice and the persecution and signed petitions to end it. 

Melbourne Rally Supports 300 Million Chinese Who Quit the Chinese Communist Party

A rally was held in front of the State Library in Melbourne, Australia on March 25, 2018, to support the 300 million courageous Chinese people who have withdrawn from the Chinese Communist Party and its affiliated organizations. A member of Australia Parliament, and representatives from a NGO and Chinese communities spoke at the rally. Many passersby learned the facts about Falun Gong and the persecution.

London: Rally Celebrates 300 Million People Quitting the Communist Party

Many signed a petition condemning the persecution of Falun Gong at a recent rally on Trafalgar Square that marked another milestone in the "Quit-the-CCP" movement.

“Code of Revelation” Wins Grand Prize at Canada International Film Festival

A film based on true events that took place in the persecution of Falun Gong recently won the top award at the Canada International Film Festival in Vancouver.

Abuse of Falun Gong Practitioners Continues at Heilongjiang Women's Prison

At least 270 practitioners remain in this provincial prison, where they are routinely abused and tortured for refusing to renounce their faith.

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