Two months in the Shijiazhuang Forced Labor Camp in Hebei Province transformed a healthy, vibrant woman into a mere skeleton of herself.
These are a small sampling of testimonies from people who have lived through the persecution in China.
One morning in late 1999, the workers of Shengyang Heavy Machine Factory were met with a surprise. Instead of relaying the usual announcements, to which all 30,000 employees were duty-bound to listen, the company loudspeakers were on the warpath. Traitor! they yelled. Evil! they screamed. The object of their malice was junior sales manager Li Weixun. The workers who knew her could not believe their ears
NEW YORK, November 3— The Falun Dafa Infocenter is deeply troubled by the recent death of Mr. Zhang Zhong, who had been subjected to prolonged
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.
The Falun Dafa Information Center (FDI) has learned of the November 25th rape in police custody of two Falun Gong women, ages 42 and 51. Shocking photos suggest the violent nature of at least one of the two rapes.
The grossly disfigured face of 37-year-old Ms. Gao Rongrong (photos) the result of torture by Chinese authorities was publicized around the world to the alarm of many. But it wasnt enough, sources revealed yesterday, to save Gao from being tortured to death by Chinese Communist Party officials.
Thirty-two-year-old Ms. Zhu Xia cries, laughs, and often bangs on doors and windows madly. She soils her clothing uncontrollably, and has frequent hallucinations, tossing and turning restlessly amidst unseen enemies.
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.