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The parade participants called for an end to the 24 years of persecution of Falun Gong by the CCP and raised awareness about ‘quitting the party.’When Cheng Xiongying, a recent immigrant to the United States, saw a parade would be held in Brooklyn to celebrate the 420 million people who have quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliated organizations, he rushed over to attend.”I just quit the Party today, too,” he told a reporter for the Chinese edition of The Epoch Times.Mr. Cheng wasn’t alone—other viewers of the parade on Oct. 15 told reporters they had quit the…

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The 66-year-old was sentenced to prison for a year and eight months after a closed-door trial the same day she was detained.The wife of a former Chinese deputy consul in Melbourne has been on hunger strike for over 20 days, protesting against illegal imprisonment for her belief, a Minghui report says.He Xiaoling, 66 years old, was abducted from her home on Sept. 8, 2023, and was sentenced to imprisonment of one year and eight months after a closed-door trial on that day, for her belief in Falun Gong, according to the report.A resident of Leshan City, China’s southwestern Sichuan Province,…

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Key legislation aimed at fighting forced organ harvesting is now awaiting the third and final reading in the House of Commons before it can become law, with parliamentarians expressing optimism that the bill will finally be passed after 15 years of legislative efforts.Bill S-223, introduced by Sen. Salma Ataullahjan, passed the House Foreign Affairs Committee review on Nov. 24 and was automatically returned to the House earlier this week.”I’m pleased to share that Bill S-223 has now passed committee in the House without amendment, which means we just need to get through third reading and it will become law,” Conservative MP…

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“My opposition to the Communist Party comes from the bottom of my heart. I feel that all the suffering I have endured comes from the Communist Party…” “I was enlightened very late in life. I spent the most precious years of my life as a chess piece for the communist party,” Bai Liusu, a demobilized female soldier, shared her experience from a “little pink” to recognizing the lies of the communist regime.Ms. Bai graduated from high school in 2005. Learning that one could be assigned to an official job after being demobilized; her family spent a lot of money sending…

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Chinese officials and medical professionals involved in harvesting organs from detained prisoners of conscience are being urged to stop their complicity in the crime following the death of former Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader Jiang Zemin, who initiated the grisly practice.Jiang, who ruled the country from 1993 to 2003, died of leukemia and multiple organ failure on Nov. 30. He was 96.“The death of Jiang Zemin reminds us of the instrumental role he played in the mass killing of prisoners of conscience for their organs,” said David Matas, a Canadian human rights lawyer who has investigated the regime’s forced organ…

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CommentaryThe death of Jiang Zemin, former leader of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), reminds us of the instrumental role he played in the mass killing of prisoners of conscience for their organs.That mass killing wouldn’t have occurred without the decision of the CCP in 1999 to repress the practice of Falun Gong, a decision that Jiang sparked and led. That repression led in turn to mass demonstrations of practitioners bewildered that an innocent set of exercises with a spiritual foundation that the regime had earlier encouraged would suddenly become subject to Party repression. These demonstrations further led to mass arrests…

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News AnalysisJiang Zemin, the former leader of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), died of illness in Shanghai on Nov. 30, 2022, at the age of 96, according to an official announcement. Jiang wielded considerable control of China for more than 20 years, leaving behind a lasting political legacy characterized by crimes and corruption. Alleged Spy for Japan and Soviet Union According to historical records and research by the late Chinese civil scholar and historian Lyu Jiaping, not only was Jiang’s father a traitor during the Japanese occupation of China in World War II, but Jiang himself was also a spy…

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The artificial intelligence (AI) hub OpenAI may have made a significant advance in the drive to supplement or replace human wit and wisdom with the machine.Its conversational chatbot “ChatGPT,” launched on Nov. 30, has taken the tech world by storm. By Dec. 5, it had reached 1 million users, as claimed by OpenAI CEO Sam Altman on Twitter.Users type in questions that ChatGPT answers.While OpenAI acknowledges that their tool does not always provide accurate responses, people are already reporting they can use it to debug code, learn about complex subjects, and even write believable answers to school homework-style questions, among…

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A third reading on a Senate bill that seeks to fight forced organ harvesting began at the House of Commons on Dec. 5, with MPs of all political stripes expressing their support for voting in favour of the bill before the Christmas break—meaning the bill would pass after nearly 15 years of legislative efforts with similar bills.If it passes Parliament and receives royal assent, Bill S-223, introduced by Sen. Salma Ataullahjan, would make it a criminal offence for a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident to go abroad to receive an organ taken from someone who did not give informed consent…

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Four soldiers carried a wounded young man from prison at night. White-clad doctors in a military van waiting nearby then work to work: one used a scalpel to open the entire abdominal cavity, while others quickly took out two kidneys and put them in a container. After gouging the two eyeballs out, the corpse was thrown into a black body bag.That macabre scene occurred in the northern port city of Dalian about 30 years ago. It was a “secret military order” George Zheng (an alias) received when he was an intern at a military hospital there at that time.”When I…

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