Malaysia: Falun Gong Practitioners Call for an End to the Persecution During Wen Jiabao's Visit

When Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao visited Malaysia between December 11th and 15th, 2005, Falun Gong practitioners in Malaysia held peaceful activities in front of the Chinese Embassy and at the conference site for the East Asia Summit, to call for an end to the persecution of Falun Gong. Practitioners held a banner reading, "Bring Jiang Zemin, Luo Gan, Zhou Yongkang and Liu Jing to Justice," as well as banners with other truth clarification messages.

Calling for an end to the persecution in front of the Chinese Embassy A letter to Wen Jiabao, calling for him to stop the persecution
Calling for an end to the persecution in front of the conference centre Clarifying the truth

On December 13th, Falun Gong practitioners gathered in front of the Chinese Embassy to call for an end to the persecution, and at the same time requested the embassy to deliver a letter to Wen Jiabao calling for him to take steps to stop the persecution. The Chinese Embassy refused to take the letter.

Falun Gong practitioners also appealed in front of the conference site for the East Asia Summit. At the noon break, people going out for lunch took flyers from the practitioners in order to learn about the situation in China. Vehicles passing by slowed down to view the practitioners' photo boards. Some delegates from foreign countries attending the summit showed their support to practitioners by giving them the thumbs-up sign. Some delegates also asked about the persecution in China. An Indonesian man shook hands with a practitioner to express his support.

In the short period of 20 minutes, Falun Gong practitioners were in close proximity to Wen Jiabao's car and a bus carrying Chinese delegates who saw the Falun Gong photo boards.

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