Japan: Falun Gong Practitioners Attend the 23rd Peaserobe in Hiroshima

On October 15th, 2006, Falun Gong practitioners from Hiroshima attended the 23rd "Peaserobe" festival, which was organised by the Peaceful Culture Centre and International Culture Company in Hiroshima. The word Peaserobe comes from Spanish and means "Peace and Love." The purpose of the festival is to offer an opportunity to people from different countries to share their cultures. Currently, there are more than 15,000 foreigners from 80 countries living in Hiroshima. Groups from China, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Nipal, Korea and India attended the festival.

Demonstrating the exercises

Practitioners teach people how to fold the paper lotus flowers

At the booth, practitioners provide many truth-clarifying materials and photos to introduce Falun Gong, and its spreading in Hiroshima, Japan and the world.

Practitioners demonstrated the exercises, and performed traditional Chinese dances and waist drumming. Practitioners also taught people how to fold origami lotus flowers.

Many citizens were attracted to the practitioners' performance. Some of them wanted to learn the exercises. Many Chinese people asked for the lotus flowers and talked to practitioners. They were very happy that practitioners brought traditional Chinese culture to Hiroshima and were proud of the practitioners' performance.

The paper lotus flowers also attracted many people. Some learned how to fold them and also learned the facts about Falun Gong.

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