(Minghui.org) Falun Dafa practitioners gathered to introduce Falun Dafa to locals and tourists in Meersburg, Germany on October 14, 2023. They also exposed the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) ongoing persecution. Many people were interested in learning the practice and were shocked at the atrocities committed by the CCP. Many signed the petition and condemned the CCP.
Lake Constance, also known as Bodensee, is the largest German lake that lies at the border of Germany. Meersburg Castle is one of the most famous and oldest inhabited castles. This castle is located in Meersburg. Many tourists visit the castle and its surroundings.
Practitioners set up a tent and hung up banners that read “Falun Dafa” and “Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance.” They also told people about the forced organ harvesting from living practitioners by the CCP in China. Many people praised practitioners for hosting the activity and signed a petition to help end the atrocities.
A lady from Bodensee said that she’d lived in Shanghai, China, with her husband for three years and really liked Chinese culture. She was very skeptical of the things the CCP said during her time there.
She was shocked when practitioners mentioned the forced organ harvesting from living practitioners. She said that she once read books about the issue and had a rough idea of the situation. She signed the petition to help stop it.
A German couple had seen Shen Yun perform in Füssen, Germany, and were shocked to learn about the forced organ harvesting. When they saw the Falun Dafa practitioners’ booth, they came over and signed the petition to end the persecution.
A father and his two sons inquired about Falun Dafa after reading about organ harvesting on a posterboard. “Why is the CCP persecuting Falun Dafa? Why are Falun Dafa practitioners’ organs harvested?” Practitioners answered each of his questions and then gave his sons small lotus flowers with the words “Falun Dafa is good” and “Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance is good” printed on them.
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