Almost three decades ago, in a schoolhouse in Chinese hinterland, Falun Gong teaching started anew, with a modern look at an ancient practice. The tradition of it goes back a few millennia. In less than ten years, the number of followers topped one hundred million. Today, this practice is truly global and reaches countries like Japan, Germany, France and Iran. In fact, it is estimated that the total number of countries where this tradition is practiced is above 80. Yet, the persecution that the movement faces in China is as strong as ever.
- Falun Gong, also known as Falun Dafa, is a spiritual practice in the Buddhist tradition that espouses the core tenets of truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance.
- The Chinese regime kills Falun Gong practitioners so their organs could be used to fuel China’s booming organ transplant business.
- From ancient roots extending back thousands of years, to a house-hold name in China during the qigong boom in the 1990s, to the largest group of prisoners of conscience in the world, to an unprecedent
“Today, Falun Gong has transcended cultural and national boundaries to bring physical health, joy, and peace of mind to millions of others around the globe.”
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