Sydney Falun Gong Human Rights Activist Give Human Rights Abusers in China a Chance

A group of Sydney Falun Gong practitioners and human rights activists are trying to change the hearts and minds of Chinese human rights abusers, one phone call at a time. The group, which have been taking time each week out of their ordinary lives to make international calls to public security authorities, like police, procuratorial organs, and courts in China, are using their Chinese language skills to hopefully change the minds of the individuals who are participating in one of the worst persecutions in China. Falun Gong, also known as Falun Dafa, is a spiritual practice that originated in China in 1992. It attracted 70 to 100 million practitioners after being publically taught during the 1990s, according to official estimates. Threatened by its popularity and tenets that taught people to be truthful, patient and kind, then-CCP leader Jiang Zemin ordered the crackdown of the practice in 1999. Since then, millions of …

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