Falun Gong Practitioners from Ethnic Minorities Wish Revered Master a Happy New Year
(Minghui.org) Since its public introduction in 1992, Falun Gong (also known as Falun Dafa) has benefited millions of people, including the ethnic minorities in China. As the 2018 New Year arrives, practitioners from the Hui, Buyi, Mongolian, Manchu, Bai, Uighur, Korean, Tibetan, Xibo, Hezhe, Hani, Yi, and Gaoshan ethnicities sent their greetings to wish Master Li Hongzhi a Happy New Year.
A greeting from Beijing written by a group of minorities said, “We are grateful to revered Master for spreading Falun Dafa across China, so that we are fortunate enough to obtain the Buddha Fa. We will study Master's teachings more and deliver the blessings of Falun Dafa to every household.”
The practitioners from Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region said, “No matter how the circumstances change, disciples will keep in mind Master's teachings, help more people learn about the goodness of the practice, and live up to Master's and sentient beings' expectations.”
The greetings come from the following places:
Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan ProvinceManchu in BeijingEthnic Minorities in BeijingZhuang from Baise City; Hepu County, Beihai City and Qinzhou City, Guangxi Autonomous RegionInner Mongolia Autonomous RegionFushun City, Liaoning ProvinceKorean and Machu from Xinbin, Liaoning ProvinceManchu from Xiuyan Manchu Autonomous county, Liaoning ProvinceHani from Pu'er City, Yunnan ProvinceDai from Jinghong City in Xishuangbanna Autonomous Perfecture, Yunnan ProvinceUighur from Xinjiang Autonomous RegionYi from Kunming City, Yunnan Province