(Minghui.org) Japanese Falun Dafa practitioners in Inazawa in Aichi Prefecture raised awareness of the persecution of Falun Dafa in China near the Kōnomiya Station on February 24, 2021, which happened to be the day of a local festival.

Practitioners hand people information about Falun Dafa on a local holiday.

Practitioners put up banners that read “Falun Dafa Is Good” and “Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance Is Good” in both Chinese and English, as well as banners that read “Falun Dafa All Over the World” and “Stop the Persecution of Falun Dafa” in Chinese and Japanese.

Next to the practitioners, a dozen people in their 60s and 70s were also participating in the event. One man from the group came over and asked if anyone spoke Chinese. That started a lively conversation. The older Japanese gentleman said that he had lived in Changchun for about five years. A practitioner told him about the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) persecution of Falun Dafa and gave him some information about it and other brochures about the CCP’s cover-up of the coronavirus pandemic.

When the man asked him why Falun Dafa was being persecuted, the practitioner told him that nearly 100 million people in China had started to practice Falun Dafa in just seven years during the 1990s and that exceeded the number of CCP members. “Out of personal jealousy and fearful of such a large group of cultivators, the former dictator, Jiang Zemin, initiated the persecution of Falun Dafa,” the practitioner said. “They even kill practitioners for their organs. Falun Dafa is practiced in more than 100 countries and regions worldwide—it is only persecuted in China.”

The practitioner invited the man to sign a petition to support lawsuits against Jiang. The man signed and invited his friend to sign, too. They both encouraged practitioners to keep up their efforts.

These practitioners sincerely hope that more Japanese people will learn the facts about Falun Dafa, stay away from the CCP and the plague, and have a bright future!

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Category: Parades & Other Community Events