One of the worst mass atrocities of this century is being committed in China and the world needs to act to end it, a senior lawyer has told the UN.
Three members of Germany’s parliament, the Bundestag, have expressed condemnation of Beijing’s 20-year-long campaign against Falun Gong, a Chinese spiritual practice.
This short film above covers key findings made by an independent tribunal in London into claims that the Chinese state has been killing large numbers of prisoners of conscience for their bodily organs.
Zhang Yongxiang, after graduating from the Taiwan Police Academy, was assigned to the Neihu District Police Station in Taipei. In July 1999, when news of the large-scale suppression of Falun Gong by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) reached Taiwan, the…
A July 3 open letter addressed to President Donald Trump and Congress has fuelled public debate about the methods and goals of Washington’s standing policies toward China.
In 1999, China was entering a period of unprecedented economic growth. Yet for tens of millions of upstanding Chinese citizens, awaiting them in the 21st century was one of the most harrowing episodes of political terror in modern history.
On July 4, 2019, the annual Independence Day parade was held in Redwood City in San Francisco’s Bay Area. As in previous years, local practitioners of Falun Gong, an ancient Chinese spiritual and meditation practice, were also invited to participate…
In 2006, Canadian human rights lawyer David Matas and former Canada’s longest-serving parliament member, David Kilgour, co-authored a report investigating allegations that thousands of innocent people were being murdered in Chinese hospitals for the extraction and sale of their organs.
It has been proven beyond doubt that the Chinese state is killing large numbers of prisoners of conscience for their organs and the world must act to end it were part of a final judgment made by an independent tribunal.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has called out the Chinese Communist Party over its persecution of people in faith.