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Exposing Falun Gong on Belgian National Day

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Rong Fa  |  Minghui

Introducing Falun Gong to the public in Belgian National Day (minghui)

Various celebration events were held in Brussels’ Royal Park on July 21, 2017, Belgian National Day.
Falun Gong practitioners demonstrated the Falun Gong exercises and introduced the practice to the public.

Jenifer, a visitor who said she had taught an art history course at a university in Belgium. She said, “The five-thousand-year Chinese culture is profound, especially the Chinese characters, which possess deep connotations… I am retired. I like living in Brussels.

She admired the practitioners’ persistence in following the principles of Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance. She said, “It was destined for me to encounter Falun Gong. I am delighted.”

Bruma is a medical professional, who brought her young daughter to the event. She said, “I read the Falun Gong introduction in the flyer. I am very interested in it because Falun Gong changes people’s heart nature. I wish to learn Falun Gong.”

Some Chinese also came to the events. One man who had lived in Belgium for over 20 years talked with a practitioner for a long while about the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) persecution. He said at the end, “The CCP’s persecution is inhumane.” He quit his membership in the Communist Young Pioneers.

A Chinese student who accepted Falun Gong information materials quit his CCP membership.

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