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Published on 9/14/2002 On September 20, 2002, the 57th United Nations General Assembly entered the third day. During the past few days, among the noise of many protest organizations, the peaceful and serene practice of Falun Gong practitioners attracted many media reporters and government officials from various countries who were passing by. Many people stopped to take a photo and ask for information.
Published on 2/16/2003 February 14 was Valentine’s Day. To rescue American citizen Charles Li, Falun Gong supporters in the Washington DC area held a press conference at the National Press Club urgently calling on the US government to rescue Charles Li from China as soon as possible.
Published on 3/17/2003
Published on 3/27/2003 On March 26, 2003, Falun Gong practitioner Lin Mingli was set free by the Number Three Qingdong Forced Labor Camp in Shanghai. Mingli is the younger brother of Falun Gong practitioner Lin Shenli, who was rescued from China’s labor camp through the Canadian government’s help. This morning, Lin Shenli, resident of Montreal, said with delight during an interview: "I just had a phone conversation with my younger brother who is now in Shanghai. He arrived at home at about noon on March 26, Beijing time."
Published on 4/28/2003 On April 26, Dafa practitioners collected signatures to rescue Liu Feng and Yong Fang in Downtown Dublin
Published on 7/2/2003 Practitioners from across Japan made efforts to comprehensively clarify the truth about Falun Dafa to the Japanese society in July 2003. They make use of various means to let people from all walks of life learn about support for Falun Gong from the international community, especially the lawsuit against Jiang in the US. They also want to raise awareness of the persecution of Falun Gong in China and the illegal imprisonment of Ms. Yoko Kaneko in China.
Published on 7/29/2003 A Chinese couple, Mr. Bian Xuzhuang and Mrs. Shen Shumin, were recently rescued from Thailand to the US with the help of a member of Congress. On July 21,2003, they went to Capitol Hill during the Washington DC Experience Sharing Conference to thank California Congressman Pete Stark for his help when they were in great danger.
Published on 9/16/2003 After traveling for 28 days, the "Car Tour Around the US to Rescue Charles Li" that set out from California arrived at Rodney Square in Wilmington, Delaware at noon on September 10, 2003. Wilmington City Councilor Theopalis Gregory hosted the press conference, calling for the rescue of American citizen Charles Li who has been sentenced to three years of imprisonment for practicing Falun Gong.
Published on 10/22/2003 On October 21, 2003, Taiwan Falun Gong practitioners held a press conference in the Legislative Building to expose the illegal detention of Taiwanese Lin Xiaokai by the China Shanghai Public Security Bureau. Practitioners pointed out that the case of Lin Xiaokai is not an isolated incident. The Falun Dafa Association made three statements at the press conference.
Published on 11/13/2003
Published on 11/29/2003 On the morning of November 28, 2003, nearly a thousand Falun Gong practitioners held a press conference at the Olympic Park in Atlanta, Georgia, in cold wind and rain. As families reunited on Thanksgiving Day, these practitioners called for help rescuing Falun Gong practitioners’ relatives who are illegally detained in China, and demanded China to immediately halt the persecution of Falun Gong.
Published on 7/3/2004 On June 29, 2004, in front of Toronto City Hall, over ten young practitioners held a press conference. Their bike tour will leave from the local Chinese Consulate and arrive in Washington DC on July 20, a total 1200 kilometers (about 750 miles). They hope via their effort to call all kind-hearted people to help end the persecution of Falun Gong in China. Tens of thousands of children in China have been forced to leave school, orphaned, forced from their homes, and some even tortured to death for their or their parents’ refusal to give up their beliefs.