On January 29th, members of the Falun Dafa Club at New York University participated in the spring semester Club Festival at the Kimmel Center in downtown Manhattan. The Club Festival welcomed students back for the semester and helped introduce NYU to all the clubs available on campus.Continue reading “Falun Dafa Club Activities at New York University”
On September 19th, Falun Dafa Club at University of Pennsylvania participated in the GAPSA Student Activities & Resources Fair (Grad Fair) on Locust Walk and College Green.Continue reading “Falun Dafa Club at UPenn Attends GradFest Activities Fair”
The Falun Dafa Club at The University of Sydney (USYD) holds weekly meditation meet-ups on campus for Sydney uni students. At these meetings, students can perform Falun Dafa’s four gentle standing exercises and one sitting meditation exercise and learn more about the ancient self-cultivation practice.Continue reading “Australia: Falun Dafa Club at The University of Sydney”
On August 29th, Falun Dafa practitioners at the University of Texas at Arlington attended the Maverick Cook-Out and Activity Fair Day where they introduced Falun Dafa to students and showed a video demonstration of the exercises. Many students stopped by to learn more and signed up to receive more information.
At International Night, a popular event held on Nov. 17 at Arizona State University, practitioners of Falun Dafa introduced the traditional Chinese spiritual discipline to students and shared about its uplifting effects on the mind and body.
On April 4 and 5, Falun Dafa Club at Columbia University raised awareness at the center of campus about forced organ harvesting of Falun Dafa practitioners and other innocent prisoners of conscience in China. For over a decade, the Chinese Communist regime has been systematically extracting the organs of Falun Dafa adherents for an enormous profit.
King’s College London (KCL) hosted a “Faith Fusion” event on March 23, 2017, as part of the university’s Interfaith Week to celebrate diversity and spirituality on campus. The event, billed as “a night where performing arts is blended with religion and culture,” brought together various student organizations to showcase diverse cultures and beliefs through dance, music and poetry.
NEW YORK—It was a bright and frigid early afternoon in the middle of Columbia University’s campus on April 5 when three Chinese women happened to stroll by. Around them echoed the chimes and strings of Chinese meditation music, while volunteers stood by poster boards, ready to talk about one of China’s most censored, and sensitive, topics: the persecution of Falun Gong.