On June 1, China Affairs published a petition letter containing 2,913 signatures of farmers from Toulin Town of Fujin City demanding their rights to land the government had seized. The letter also listed Wang Guiling and Yu Changwu as the group’s representatives for the group along with their cell phone numbers.  On June 2, The Epoch Times posted an article titled “Chinese Farmers Demand that Human Rights Be Placed Before the Olympics”.  Epoch Times interviewed the villagers in an area near Fujin City.
The Epoch Times has obtained a copy of the first meeting minutes of the Sydney Chinese Consulate’s "The Special Anti-Falun Gong Working Group," dated February 23, 2001, from Chen Yonglin, the former Chinese Consulate official who defected from China in 2005.
The first part lists items that had been done in the previous 2 weeks. 
China’s Ministry of Public Security (MPS) has just completed the first phase of the well-known "Golden Shield Project." The information technology project was initiated in 2001 and passed the test and the state’s inspection on November 11, 2006. The three milestone achievements of the first phase include 8 national-wide databanks and 60 applications systems, a communication network and computer information systems connecting over 800,000 computers, and a nation-wide PKI/MI system that has issued over 700,000 digital certificates and currently interfaces with 230 application systems
Chen Yonglin, a former Chinese consulate staff member stationed in Sydney, Australia, arrived in Toronto on June 4 and is currently touring Canada. During press conferences held in Toronto and the Ottawa Parliament, he revealed how the Communist regime controls overseas Chinese communities, infiltrates the media, and sets up traps for western politicians. 
A Beijing government think tank undertook a priority research project in 2004 and has published a three-part outline of its research entitled, "Research on New Characteristics and Circumstances of Western Hostile Forces Westernizing and Dividing China." The research paper states that the anti-China forces inside the Bush Administration are rising due to the unity between U.S. Defense Department and the blue team of extreme conservatives. The paper recommends that China continue to "engage and cooperate" with the United States for the sake of China’s economic development and technological advancement, but should "increase communications with Japan, Russia, France, Germany, Australia, Canada, India, Brazil," and neighboring countries. The paper suggests that China can use the United Nations as a means to "contain" the United States.
The Chinese Communist Party has kept the Falun Gong issue at the top of its agenda and accused the United States and other Western countries of supporting Faluln Gong for the purpose of political penetration and the peaceful transformation of China. The Communist Party acknowledges that there are a lot more Falun Gong practitioners in China than what the Chinese media have previously reported. The Communist Party has directed the Chinese media not to report this specific Party directive.