A human rights lawyer was detained by a Chinese court for defending an adherent of the persecuted Falun Gong meditation practice, but released early after lawyers and citizens [...]
In a note presented on March 20, 2013 at the Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, the Hon. David Kilgour makes the case for international initiatives that can help end [...]
The burden of history has borne heavily on the Chinese people, and those who claim to speak for them carry a special responsibility. As Chinese immigrants rise to prominence [...]
A Hong Kong government department has issued a notice to a Chinese communist front group to take down banners at a popular tourist spot.
When Li Sheng wanted to get a promotion at his company—a Chinese state-owned enterprise operating in Hong Kong—he told a supervisor that he wanted to “make advances [...]
Since it was first shown in 2004, the exhibition has reached most capitals of the world, though not Beijing, the capital of the country where Falun Gong began in 1992.
Life’s meaning is not solely to endure adversities, nevertheless overcoming them is the necessary path to success for many people.
Presented with a list of nearly 20,000 documented torturers, kidnappers, murderers, and sadists, complete with their full names, places of work, job titles, and often phone [...]
On March 5 on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., a panel discussion convened intending to pressure the Chinese regime’s new leadership on human rights.
Beginning in June, 2012, the Association has attempted to completely cover up or wall off Falun Gong sites with banners, making them invisible or inaccessible to the mainland [...]