Hamburg, Germany: People Oppose Organ Harvesting in China

Practitioners often set up displays and talk with people at tourist sites about the ongoing persecution of Falun Gong in China, and the organ harvesting from living practitioners still taking place. Residents and visitors to a popular tourist site in Hamburg recently learned about the persecution and expressed their alarm for the atrocities and support for the efforts of Falun Gong practitioners.

Insights from a Few of the 10,000 Who Paraded in New York to Celebrate Falun Dafa Day

One observed that many Chinese people still don't know the truth about Falun Dafa because of the negative propaganda from China's state-controlled media. "If they open their hearts to embrace the truth about the practice and return to traditional culture, they will find peace in their hearts and experience the beauty of Falun Dafa." Another said "Falun Dafa changed my life for the better. I feel very much alive now."

158 Newly Reported Cases of Falun Gong Practitioners Sentenced for Their Faith

According to data compiled by Minghui.org, 158 more Falun Gong practitioners in China are now confirmed to have been sentenced to prison between November 2015 and April 2016. Most were tried without an open trial as required by law, and given up to 10 years in prison simply for defending their right to practice Falun Gong.

[Celebrating World Falun Dafa Day] The Book That Accompanied Me for 20 Years

A young woman who had once given up the practice recounts how she rediscovered Zhuan Falun and treasured it over the past twenty years.

Boston, Massachusetts: Ancient Meditation Brings Peace and Harmony to Oldest City Park

Falun Dafa practitioners recently demonstrated the exercises, provided information, and talked with passersby at Boston Common during the annual World Falun Dafa Day celebration.

[Celebrating World Falun Dafa Day] Taxi Driver Survives the Turbulent Songhua River

A taxi driver who believed in the goodness of Falun Dafa is saved from certain death and recounts the story of his survival.

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