BBC | 2018 | 13min | New Report
The BBC’s Matthew Hill investigates claims that China is using detained Falun Gong practitioners as an illicit source of vital organs for its booming transplant industry. What happens to hundreds of thousands of ‘disappeared’ Chinese citizens each year? How is it possible for thousands of heart and liver transplants to take place astonishingly quickly when China has only a meager number of registered organ donors?
The Falun Dafa Information Center is the official press office for Falun Gong as well as a primary resource for information about the human rights abuses Falun Gong practitioners face at the hands of the Chinese Communist regime. Visit www.faluninfo.net for more resources.
What is Falun Gong? Falun Gong is an ancient Chinese spiritual discipline in the Buddhist tradition. Pronounced “Fah-loon Gong,” it consists of moral teachings – namely truth, compassion and tolerance – a meditation, and four gentle exercises. With it, people have found improved health and energy levels.