Finland: Another Library in Helsinki Holds a Falun Dafa Picture Exhibition

A picture exhibition is currently being held in a library in Helsinki, the capital city of Finland, portraying the history of Falun Dafa. The exhibition details Dafa’s public introduction in 1992 when Master Li travelled throughout China lecturing in different cities, to Falun Dafa becoming the most popular form of qigong in Chinese history and being practised in around sixty countries worldwide. The exhibition allows more people in and around Helsinki to learn about Falun Dafa and the ruthlessness and seriousness of this persecution.

At the exhibition hall, there were also some informative free Video-CDs and leaflets for visitors to take, as well as the compilation “The Falun Gong Report”, an annual publication detailing the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners through describing individual human rights violations affecting women, the elderly and children.

One lady, who was looking at a picture of the Falun Gong group exercise practice in China, was interested in Falun Gong and Chinese culture. She said “they look so nice, so colourful and lively, we should have practice sites like that in Finland as well.”

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