Introducing Falun Gong at Winnipeg Health and Wellness Expo
(Minghui.org) Falun Gong practitioners of Winnipeg participated at the annual Health and Wellness Expo from February 16 to 18. They introduced Falun Gong (also called Falun Dafa) and informed people about the persecution of the practice in China.
There are usually more than 5000 visitors to the expo every year. People of different nationalities and all ages came to the Falun Gong booth with questions about the practice and how to learn it.
An elderly gentleman came to the booth and showed practitioners a flier wrapped in plastic film. He said he had been given the flier more than a decade ago and had kept it safe. He talked with the practitioners about the practice and where he could learn the exercises.
A Uighur woman from Xinjiang, China, told a practitioner at the booth that she knew of the Chinese Communist Party's crimes against innocent citizens. She said the regime has built many concentration camps in Xinjiang. In one city, a camp jailed nearly 120,000 Uighurs and some of them had their organs removed against their will for transplant operations.
“I am on your side. Go Falun Gong!” the woman exclaimed.