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Falun Gong Practitioners from Ethnic Minority Groups Wish Master Li Hongzhi a Happy Chinese New Year

February 04, 2019 |  

(Minghui.org) In the last few days, Minghui.org has received Chinese New Year greetings to Master Li Hongzhi from practitioners of the ethnic minority background.

They come from the following regions:

Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region; Yanbian Korea Autonomous City in Jilin province; Mengcun Manchu Autonomous County in Hebei province; Xinbin Manchu Autonomous County in Liaoning province; Youyan Manchu Autonomous County in Liaoning province; Dumeng Mongolia Autonomous County in Daqing City; Liangshan Yi Autonomous Area in Sichuan province; Qiannan and Qiandongnan Miao and Dong Autonomous Areas in Guizhou province; Qiannan Buyi and Miao Autonomous Areas in Guizhou province; Mengla and Menghai Counties in Yunnan province; Puer City in Yunnan Province; Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region; Bose City and Longlin Autonomous County in Guangxi Autonomous Region.

These practitioners are from the following ethnic minority groups: Mongolian, Korean, Manchu; Zhuang; Li; Yi; Miao; Tong; Buyi; and Hani.

Practitioners from Bose City in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region wrote in their greeting:

“Master Li, although we live in the remote mountain areas, we don't forget that we are cultivators, and our task is to save sentient beings.

Practitioners from the ethnic minority groups really appreciate Master's salvation and protection.

We wish Master Li a Happy New Year; We miss you, and we hope that you will come back to China soon.”

Practitioners from the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region wrote:

“Master, you have been working hard. We wish you a Happy New Year.

Nowadays, more and more Mongolian people are joining cultivation. Among us are practitioners who have practiced for more than 20 years, and those who just started two months ago. There are 80-some-year old practitioners, and also young children. We all appreciate Master's salvation. We encourage each other to cultivate diligently, fulfill our oaths, and go back to our true selves with Master.”