Nearly 20 Years of Exposing the Persecution Offers Hong Kong Encouragement: “Your Determination Shows Us There's Hope”

The Hong Kong National Security Law passed by the Chinese regime in June 2020 is viewed as a threat to human rights, leaving many residents worried about their future. But this is not the first time human rights have been attacked since Hong Kong was returned to China in 1997. In 2002, 16 Falun Gong practitioners were found guilty of public obstruction and “assaulting” police.

Minghui Website to Launch Weekly Digital Publications: Minghui Post and Friends of Minghui

The Minghui website is expanding its offerings to Chinese readers with two new digital newsletters. Minghui Post, intended primarily for Falun Gong practitioners, will focus on news, cultivation experience sharing, and additional information. Friends of Minghui, for the general public, will feature current events and stories that highlight the benefits of the practice.

Nanyang City, Henan Province: 14 Practitioners Targeted in Mass Arrest Sentenced to 2-9 Years

After over one and a half years of detention, fourteen residents of Nanyang City, Henan Province were sentenced to prison for their faith in Falun Gong. Another 27 practitioners in the region are awaiting verdicts following a court hearing.

Henan Man Dies in Custody after Nearly 1.5 Years in Detention

When Mr. Guo Baojun died on March 14 at the age of 63, his family was denied access to his body.

Prominent Clinical Ethics Professor Discusses Joint Effort to End Organ Harvesting

During a forum organized by the International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse in China (ETAC) on February 24, clinical ethics professor Wendy Rogers talked about the moral obligations for medical professionals to join forces and end forced organ harvesting.

Video Series: Now and For the Future

In the 90’s, Falun Gong grew exponentially in popularity amid the background of other Qigong practices in China. What was so special about Falun Gong that set it apart, and why did Communist China initially promote the practice but eventually ban it and subject it to brutal persecution?

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