Publications

  • Belgian Newspaper De Standaard Reports on the CCP's Harvesting of Falun Gong Practitioners' Organs

    According to a report by the Belgian newspaper, De Standaard, on the 20th of April, the British Organ Transplantation Society accused the Chinese Communist Party of violating human rights in a press release yesterday. Britain's top-notch surgeons emphasised the recent condemnation of the CCP organs trade. Not only the organs of those who on the death roll were taken away without the permission of the prisoners; what was worse, the prisoners were executed when organs were needed.
  • Belgium: Belgian Media Reports on the CCP's Illegal Organs Trade

    Last month, the Chinese Communist Party promised to stop the practice of harvesting organs and the law to ban the organs trade will come into effect at the beginning of July. Nevertheless the organs trade is such a profitable business, that the British Transplant Association is worried that it will be very hard to end the illegal selling of organs. A spokesman for the CCP Foreign Ministry made a speech and admitted that organs have come from executed prisoners.
  • UK Newspaper: Protest Held Over Organ Harvesting in Chinese Camps

    "Followers of the ancient Chinese practice of Falun Gong have gathered in Bath to stage a protest. Campaigners collected signatures in Bath city centre on Saturday to raise awareness about the illegal trade of organ harvesting in China. The campaigners claim that followers of the Falun Gong spiritual movement in China are being persecuted and used to meet an international demand for donor organs. Protesters handed out leaflets outside Bath Abbey and collected signatures for a petition which will be sent to Prime Minister Tony Blair urging the British Government to raise the issue with the United Nations."
  • Danish Newspaper Christianity Daily Reports on Atrocities in China's Secret Concentration Camps

    The Christianity Daily, a major newspaper in Denmark, published an article by Pastor Leif Bork Hansen on the 4th of April, 2006 entitled "It is everyone's responsibility to always fight a savage act." The article says that no matter where the secret savage acts were found, in China, Iraq or Cuba, as long as the savage acts takes place on the this earth where we live, we have a responsibility to expose it ... (a) recent report revealed that those organs were all removed from live bodies when people were still alive.
  • Reuters: U.N. Envoy Looks at Falun Gong Torture Allegations

    "The United Nations torture investigator said on Thursday he was looking into allegations by the Falun Gong group that thousands of its followers were being held at a Chinese "concentration camp" and some had been killed. The banned spiritual movement alleged this month that up to 6,000 people at a time were kept at a state-run camp in the Sujiatun district of the northern city of Shenyang, where it said some had been killed and their organs sold."
  • Swedish Newspaper Reports on the Chinese Authorities Suppression of the Rising Human Rights Activists

    Human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng said, "We have no basic human rights, we have no option but to engage in a hunger strike for a long time. This is a tragedy." Gao Zhisheng was the initiator of the hunger strike. He served as the legal representative for dissidents and Falun Gong practitioners in the past and was almost assassinated.
  • German Media Reports on a Chinese Lady from Cham Calling for Support for Human Rights

    Two German newspapers, Chamer News and Chamland Aktuell reported about the call for support by a Chinese lady from Cham. Before the Secretary of State’s official visit to China, Mrs. Teng-Schwägerl sent him a letter, requesting that he bring up the issue of human rights whilst there. At the same time, she told him about the Chinese hunger strike movement in support of human rights and in protest against the Chinese Communist Party's persecution of Falun Gong.
  • Holland Media Exposes Atrocity of Sujiatun Concentration Camp in Shenyang

    The article stated that information about the camp was relayed via audio recording from a former intelligence agent of the CCP regime. It is the first time news of the secret camp's existence was disclosed to outsiders. The camp is said to hold over 6,000 Falun Gong practitioners at any given time, and 'nobody has yet to come out' from it alive. According to the source, it contains a crematorium, and an unusually large number of doctors work there, reflecting the camp's practice of killing prisoners for their organs, which are then sold for profit.
  • Italian Newspaper Reports on Attorney Gao and the Relay Hunger Strike against the Persecution

    On February 23rd 2006, Italian newspaper “Cronache” reported that some Italian Falun Gong practitioners and other non-governmental organisations participated in a Relay Hunger Strike against the persecution in China to support Chinese lawyer Gao Zhisheng. Lawyer Gao is under pressure because he supports Falun Gong practitioners.
  • Danish National Newspaper Reports on Relay Hunger Strike in China

    "As a lawyer, Gao has defended in court hundreds of Falun Gong-members, democracy activists and farmers who have had their land confiscated by the state. As a private person he has sent letters to the leaders of the country and criticised their policies. He is even open about calling the Chinese Communist Party ‘evil’. Gao Zhisheng is playing with fire – and doing it even though he lives in Beijing, within the range of China’s regime, which so dreads criticism...From his apartment in the capital Gao has now started a hunger strike and he says that at least 70 other people from across the country have joined in."
  • Nordland Daily (Norway): Details of the Persecution

    On February 24th, two reporters from the Nordland Daily, the largest newspaper in northern Norway, interviewed eleven Chinese practitioners who have been recently accepted by the Norwegian government as refugees. Eleven practitioners from four families recounted the benefits to mind and body that Falun Gong has brought to them, and the brutal persecution that they have experienced in China at the hands of the Chinese Communist Party.
  • German Newspaper: Unfounded Inspection Is Illegal

    German newspaper “Dresdner Neuesten Nachrichten” published an article on February 1st 2006 entitled “Unfounded Inspection is Illegal”. The article reports that Falun Gong practitioners’ lawsuit against German policemen’s violation of their human rights under the Chinese Communist Party’s pressure, which was handed in and dealt with by the Dresden City Administrative Court, was successful. The report says that the Dresden Administrative Court decided in their judgement that the police have no right at all to order an individual of any nationality belonging to any religious group to depart from a certain place.
  • French Newspaper: Lawyer who Defends Human Rights for Falun Gong Holds Hunger Strike

    France’s largest newspaper Le monde published reports on 12th and 13th February 2006 entitled “Human Rights Activist in China Initiates Relay Hunger Strike”. The articles point out that China’s declining human rights situation and the Chinese Communist authorities’ escalating violence and persecution triggered off a relay hunger strike for human rights, with lawyers, journalists, law scholars and people of all levels of society taking part.
  • Newspaper Welt am Sonntag Interviews a German Falun Gong Practitioner

    "Jing Wang is a follower of the Falun Gong movement that has been persecuted since 1999 in China and she is well informed about human rights violations including abductions, torture, forced labour camps and the death penalty. The penal code allows for arbitrary arrest and sentencing of unwanted individuals under the pretext that they are endangering public security or that they are counterrevolutionary or subversive. Ms. Wang said that the communists feel especially threatened by groups like Falun Gong that have a spiritual orientation and have been extremely popular during the last few years."
  • The Torniojokilaakso Newspaper (Lapland): Falun Gong Exhibition in the Pello Library

    "Falun Gong practitioners Anja and Veijo Pekkarinen have found a new lifestyle in this practice, which balances the energies of mind and body. Practising is not easy as one tries to live as a good unselfish person who treats other people with compassion ... "