Below are links to learn more about Falun Dafa, and the persecution in China. The persecution involves state-sanctioned torture, brainwashing, forced labor, and the horrific practice of live organ harvesting. We recommend visiting a few sites to deepen your understanding of the extent and history of this atrocity, and its impact on China and the world today.

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Falun Dafa


If you want to learn more about this peaceful self-cultivation practice, including access to the main text, Zhuan Falun, and videos teaching the exercises (everything is freely available), visit Falun Dafa’s website at The site has now been translated into over 40 different languages.


The Persecution

FDIC-1_smallThe Falun Dafa Information Center is a key resource for both current news and history of the persecution in China. The text on our Persecution page is drawn from their website, We highly recommend spending time on their website.


NGOs exposing the persecution

Organ Harvesting

StopOrganHarvesting_SmallA truly horrific aspect to the persecution of Falun Gong – forced organ harvesting from living practitioners – was revealed in 2006 by witnesses inside China. This crime against humanity has increasingly received publicity, and in the fall of 2013 more than 1.5 million people around the world signed a petition against it, submitted to the UN. More information can be found at these sites:, and, the latter being an international coalition of medical preofessionals and transplant surgeons who initiated the UN petition.

Truth on Tour artist Masha Savitz, an independent filmmaker, has produced a documentary on organ harvesting and key investigator into the atrocities, David Matas. Info on her film, Red Reign, can be found here.

Tuidang (Quit the CCP)

The persecution of Falun Gong is a fundamental part of the transformation taking place within China, and the impending collapse of the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The massive “Tuidang”, or “Quit the CCP” movement is a grassroots movement that came about in response to the Epoch Times’ publication “Nine Commentaries on the Chinese Communist Party“. Over 150 million people have withdrawn from the party.

Truth on Tour artist Courtney Dowe sings about it in her song, Tuidang

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