Falun Gong in Malaysia

25 Jan

Few days ago, I had to meet up with my colleague @ Jalan Raja Session Court. While on my way there, I saw a group of ladies promoting the controversial Falun Gong cult. They set up a banner depicting images of bruised bodies and torture. Next to it was a lady doing some Tai Chi moves. The police didn’t remove them although a police car was parked next to them.
I was immediately given a brochure and a VCD. I took it without hesitation and left the place immediately. I have seen these Falun Gong members when I was in Seoul and Amsterdam. In Seoul, I saw police officers removing them.
wow! it comes with a CD!
After watching the case with my colleague, I passed the Falun Gong gang again. This time round a Chinese lady approached me.
Lady: Ni kei yi chiang hua yu ma?? (Can you speak Mandarin???)
Me: err.. No…
(then I saw the banner)
Me: ehhh.. wo kei yi na zhau pian ma??? (can I take a picture???)
Damn.. I blew my own cover.
These moves will somehow turn them into ultraman.
Lady: Ni shi lu shi ma? (Are you a lawyer?)
Me: Shi.. (yes)
Lady: Can I have your name card???
Damn.. no offence but I don’t want unknown people preaching about cult and religion to me via the phone.
Me: wo mei yiu dai wo de namecard (I didn’t bring my name card)
I walk off quickly.
Falun Gong encourages sadomasochism (SM) as well? It actually an illustration of tortures administered on Falun Gong members in China.
In 2001 the Malaysian Government decided not to approve the Falun Gong Preparatory Committee’s application to register as a legal organization. However, the Government has not prevented Falun Gong members from carrying out their activities in public.
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http://www.xes.cx is a blog maintained by a young Malaysian lawyer. This blog focuses on lifestyle, travel, food, nightlife, rock climbing and generally humour based entries. Since its inception in 2001, numerous guestbloggers – all with different background and speciality – made their mark on this website.
This blog started off as a personal blog – with accounts of the lawyer’s days as student in university and his travels around the world. It then evolved into a night life blog and subsequently to what it is today.

text from: http://www.facts.org.cn/puop/201009/t117301.htm



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