Bitter Winter reported that a court in China recently sentenced Wang Xinmin, 73, a Falun Gong practitioner, to four and a half years in prison.
Wang used to work as a senior agronomist at Heilongjiang Tobacco Research Institute. In the 1990s, he became a Falun Gong practitioner.
On October 22, 2003, Chinese Communist Party (CCP) authorities arrested him and his wife and daughter. The CCP told Wang to give up Falun Dafa, but he refused.
Therefore, the CCP’s justice system sentenced him to 14 years in jail for following a religious movement banned by the CCP. After 13 years, he was released.
Falun Gong is a spiritual and physical practice rooted in ancient Chinese culture. This practice directs people to follow the principles of truth, compassion, and tolerance. However, following the instincts of the atheist forces, the CCP has brutally persecuted Falun Dafa across China since July 1999.
During the COVID outbreak in China, Falun Gong practitioners actively helped people to change their view of the disease, cultivate their minds, practice kindness, and meditate to improve their health.
According to Bitter Winter, authorities were surprised by the return of Falun Gong, so they decided to persecute Falun Gong practitioners in bulk, and Wang was also a victim.