On October 8th, 2022, young Falun Dafa practitioners from across Australia gathered for an experience sharing session hosted during the 2022 Australian Falun Dafa Experience-Sharing Conference, the first face-to-face Falun Dafa conference held since the pandemic started over three years ago.
Students for Falun Gong (SFFG) members attended the 2021 International Religious Freedom (IRF) Summit in Washington, D.C. to help raise awareness of the ongoing persecution of Falun Dafa in mainland China. While the IRF Roundtable has an 8-year history, this is the first year the IRF Summit has been held open to the public. SFFG members attended the event on July 13-15 and clarified the truth about the persecution of Falun Gong through different avenues during the 3-day conference.
On May 29, 2021, young Falun Dafa practitioners from around the world gathered for an online cultivation experience sharing conference. Sixteen young practitioners from the USA, Australia, Canada, Taiwan, Hungary, Mexico, Argentina, Switzerland, Kenya, and Japan shared their personal cultivation stories and discussed how they improved in their cultivation of Falun Dafa. The purpose of this conference was to connect young practitioners around the world and encourage one another to be more diligent in cultivation through sharing cultivation experiences. More than 550 practitioners from 35 countries around the world listened to the sharings in English, Chinese, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
Students for Falun Gong, Students for a Free Tibet, the Athenai Institute, and Falun Dafa Clubs on over 10 college campuses across North America hosted an online screening of the documentary In the Name of Confucius on Saturday, March 20. Over 180 people watched the film and attended the panel discussion.
On Saturday, February 6th, Students for Falun Gong and 14 Falun Dafa Clubs across North America hosted an online screening of the award-winning documentary Up We Soar. The event was attended by over a hundred people and featured a live Q&A with the protagonist, Fuyao Li.
On May 23, 2020, Falun Dafa young practitioners from around the world gathered for an online cultivation experience sharing conference hosted by Students for Falun Gong and the Falun Dafa Club at Fei Tian College Middletown. A total of eighteen practitioners from the USA, Australia, Canada, Taiwan, Latvia, Argentina, and Vietnam shared their personal cultivation stories about how they improved in their cultivation of Falun Dafa and in clarifying the truth about Falun Gong.
The purpose of this conference was to connect young practitioners around the world during the Chinese Communist Party virus (coronavirus) pandemic and encourage one another to be more diligent in cultivation as well as in clarifying the truth about the persecution of Falun Gong to more people. The conference was held in four languages simultaneously as more than 500 practitioners from over 20 different countries around the world listened to the experience sharing articles in Chinese, English, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
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.
Members of the University of Delaware Falun Dafa Club hosted a screening of the documentary “In the Name of Confucius” on the night of November 13th, 2019 in Trabant Theater. The screening was attended by many University of Delaware students as well as the university’s Vice Provost of Diversity Michael Vaughan, Newark Councilman Chris Hamilton, and Delaware House Representative Paul Baumbach.
On November 7, 2019, the Falun Gong Club at University of Texas Arlington hosted a screening of the documentary film “Letter from Masanjia” in the Lone Star Auditorium. “Letter from Masanjia” is an award-winning 2018 film profiling Sun Yi, a Chinese political prisoner who exposed ongoing human rights abuses at Masanjia Labor Camp when his a letter he wrote was found by Oregon resident Julie Keith in a box of Halloween decorations.