Falun Dafa tour hits Peninsula

A nationwide car tour is expected to hit the Peninsula this weekend with aims to raise awareness about the practice of organ harvesting in China.

The Falun Dafa tour will visit Woy Woy on Saturday, May 22 with sites in front of the Peninsula Plaza and Woy Woy Station starting from 9am.

According to a media release sent out by the Association, a group of Falun Gong practitioners will offer free classes and share mediation teachings in celebration of World Falun Dafa day.

The event is expected to raise awareness of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) persecution of Falun Gong and its focus on organ harvesting of practitioners.

President of the Falun Dafa Association, Dr Lucy Zhao said the tour would not be a campaign against China or Chinese people.

“Many volunteers of this campaign are victims and survivors of the CCP’s tyranny – Falun Gong practitioners love Chinese culture but feel sad to see CCP destroy traditional culture and persecute innocent people in China,” Zhao said.

“We hope this campaign would stop the human rights abuses in China and help Chinese people who are still suffering under the CCP’s tyranny.

“We believe Australians can distinguish the threats and crimes against humanity by the CCP from the innocent Chinese people in China and Australia.”

Events will also be held this Saturday at Gosford on William St and Brisbane Water Dr, and at Terrigal Dr in Erina.

Media release, May 13
Falun Data Association

1 Comment on "Falun Dafa tour hits Peninsula"

  1. Some volunteers will come to Morisset, Toronto and Swansea this Saturday, and Charleston, Belmont, Cardiff on next Saturday. You may have opportunity talking to them.

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