Recent Falun Gong Events in Crimea, Australia, and Norway
(Minghui.org) Numerous worldwide events on or around July 20 commemorated the 18th anniversary of the peaceful resistance against the persecution of Falun Gong in China. However, Falun Gong practitioners' efforts have not stopped there, as they continue to raise awareness about the peaceful meditation to help stop the persecution. The following photos come from some recent events in Crimea, Australia, and Norway.
Practitioners toured in several Crimean cities, demonstrating the exercises and passing out flyers. Many people were interested in learning the practice. Several local government officials, including the mayor of Simeiz, attended the events. They thanked practitioners for bringing Chinese culture to their towns, and welcomed them to hold more events.
Practitioners from South Australia held activities in Hindmarsh Square in Adelaide, the capital of the state, calling for help to end the persecution, especially the state-sanctioned organ harvesting atrocities in China.
Brigitta Kiss and her mother, who emigrated from Hungary 20 years ago, know about the crimes that the Communist Party has committed. “It is heartbreaking to hear that the Party is still persecuting people. We should let more people know about this. The Australian government should take more action to stop it,” Brigitta said.
Practitioners in Oslo have held events at a famous local tourist spot, Vigelang Park, every Sunday this July.
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