Find Resources

Below you will find associated links for websites detailing the persecution of Falun Gong in China.

Organ Harvesting:

An introduction to Falun Gong:

NTD TVNew Tang Dynasty (NTD) Television was founded in 2001 by a group of Chinese Americans. Recognizing a dangerous predicament for China and the West that is caused by Beijing’s severe media censorship, these individuals had a bold vision to break through China’s state media control and bring truthful and uncensored information to the Chinese people. Read More

The Epoch TimesThe Epoch Times is an independent voice in print and on the web. We report news responsibly and truthfully so that readers can improve their own lives and increase their understanding and respect for their neighbors next door and around the globe. In our approach and in our content, we uphold universal human values, rights, and freedoms. We are a business that puts our readers’ interests first, in all that we do. Read More

The Art of Zhen Shan RenThe Art of Zhen, Shan, Ren (Truth, Compassion, Tolerance) International Exhibition is an extraordinarily moving, intimate and inspiring exhibition detailing both an inner spiritual life and an outer human rights tragedy. Realistic oil paintings and Chinese watercolours from mostly Chinese artists give a unique insight into the spiritual discipline Falun Gong, also called Falun Dafa. Read More

Sound of Hope NetworkSound of Hope (SOH) is a global, non-profit provider of radio news, cultural programming, products and services, talk shows and commentaries. SOH was established by Chinese immigrants in June 2003 and now has operating teams spread across North and South America, Asia, Australia and Europe. SOH is headquartered in San Francisco, California, and has two main operational arms; the Chinese side, known as The Sound of Hope Radio Network, and the Western side which is led by the English language SOH Network. SOH Network (the English side) programs are primarily in English, but we also have multilingual teams that includes Spanish, Swedish and French. Read More