“I get asked many questions, like ‘Why are you practicing this? [I tell them] Falun Gong has no color. It goes across the spectrum of all people, of all races. It allows you to come to a point in life where you really know who you are. And that has no color whatsoever.”
“In the past I was an honorable guest at the embassy,” he says. “As soon as I stepped forward [for Falun Gong], I was blacklisted. But it was the right thing to do, and I was very happy to do it.” …
The Falun Dafa Information Center has learned that Falun Gong practitioner Peter Yuan Li was assaulted and robbed by armed Asian men yesterday in his Atlanta home. Li is an information technology specialist who has been active in Falun Gong human rights advocacy over the past six years.
After working on Wall Street for several years, I joined a start-up firm in 1997. Two years later we completed development of a software system that raised the bar in the enterprise project management arena. As we had hoped, the industry leader sat up, took notice, and by the spring of 1999 set out to acquire us. One afternoon that spring while I was preparing for one of several reviews by the acquiring company, a technical lead and longtime friend, placed a book on my desk and said, “You should check this out.” The book was Zhuan Falun, the main book of Falun Gong.
“My doctor can’t believe how much it has changed my health.” With these words Gail Rachlin, a 50-something New York City Falun Dafa practitioner, enthusiastically begins her description of the positive impact that this new interpretation of the ancient Chinese practice of Qi Gong has had on her well-being.