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2015/08/10

Falun Gong Community Applauds Thai Decision to Allow Falun Gong to Officially Register

The Falun Dafa Information Center applauds the recent decision of the Thai Justice system to allow Falun Gong to legally register in the country. Last week, Thailand’s Supreme Administrative Court overturned a 2006 decision by a lower court that barred the establishment of a Falun Dafa association on the grounds that such an organization could harm Thailand’s relationship with the Chinese government.

2007/03/12

Two Falun Gong Women from Heilongjiang Dead in Double Torture Case

The Falun Dafa Information Center has learned of the wrongful deaths of Ms. Xu Hongmei and Ms. Shen Zili following horrific torture at the hands of communist authorities in China. Xu, 37, and Shen (age unknown), both of Heilongjiang province, were arrested on January 13, 2007, on grounds of their association with the Falun Gong meditation group. Sources in China report that on February 27, following a week-long spell of “savage” beatings and torture by police, the two died painful deaths, both convulsing and coughing blood.

2004/11/18

Chinese Vice-Consul General Leaves Canada after Failing to Pay Court Judgment

An official at Foreign Affairs Canada has confirmed that Pan Xinchun, the former Vice-Consul General of the People’s Republic of China at Toronto, who was found liable in a Canadian court for defaming Joel Chipkar, a Toronto spokesperson for Falun Gong practitioners, is no longer in Canada after failing to satisfy the judgment against him.

2004/08/11

Criminal Lawsuit Filed against Chinese Officials in Athens

One week prior to the opening of the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, three Falun Gong practitioners, including 37 year-old Australian citizen Chris Cominos, jointly submitted a criminal lawsuit against former Chinese leader Jiang Zemin, former Vice-Premier Li Lanqing, and Politburo Standing Committee member Luo Gan for genocide and torture.

2002/12/31

International Campaign Rescues Twin Sister from Chinese Labour Camp

After months of appealing throughout the country, Helen Peng could not have wished for a more fitting Christmas gift. When the Canadian called China to wish her family a happy holiday, she discovered that her twin sister was no longer a prisoner of conscience. "It is not because the labour camp is compassionate that she was released, but because the Global Rescue campaign and Canadian Government exerted pressure on China," said Helen (Tianying) Peng this week from Toronto.

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