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7 Years of Persecution of Falun Gong in China

Media Release
Falun Dafa Association of New Zealand Inc. Tuesday July 18, 2006


July 20, 2006 Marks
7 Years of Persecution of Falun Gong in China

Appeal to the NZ government and all kindhearted Kiwis to help stop the
persecution to be held in Wellington on July 20

Thursday July 20, 2006 will mark seven years since the bloody persecution of
Falun Gong began in China in 1999. For seven years, Falun Gong practitioners in
China have been branded as criminals, detained, tortured and killed simply for
what they believe in. The communist authorities use hundreds of different
torture methods in an effort to force practitioners to renounce their belief,
with 2920 deaths confirmed and many tens of thousands still missing after being
detained by authorities.


Rally: 9:00am –11:50am

Press Conference: 10:30 am - 11:30 am

Guest Speakers:
- Representative of the Falun Dafa Association of New Zealand Inc.
- Four Victims who were recently accepted by the New Zealand Government for
resettlement as United Nations
Mandate refugees.
- Members of Parliament

March: 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
From Parliament Grounds to City Centre

Anti Torture Demonstration & Falun Dafa Photo Exhibit:
2:00pm - 6:00pm
Corner of Manners Mall and Cuba Mall

Anti Organ Harvesting Exhibition:
2:00pm –6:00pm
Corner of Lambton Quay and Willis Street

Candlelight Vigil and Group Practice:
7:30pm – 9:00pm
Corner of Kent Terrace and Courtney Place

ENDS

www.faluninfo.net www.cipfg.org www.falundafa.org.nz

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