Finnish Newspaper 'Kaleva': Chinese Embassy Interferes with Falun Gong Photo Exhibition

Finnish newspaper ‘Kaleva’ wrote on September 17th that the Chinese Embassy had interfered with a photo exhibition arranged by Falun Gong practitioners in the city of Rovaniemi. According to the newspaper, the Chinese Embassy had contacted the library where the exhibition “Peaceful Journey of Falun Gong” was held.

The photo exhibition introduces Falun Gong and its history. It also exposes the crimes committed by the Chinese Communist Party against the practitioners of Falun Gong in China. The CCP has ordered the national police and security branches to persecute and harass Falun Gong practitioners. Falun Gong materials have also been destroyed.

According to the information specialist at the library, a man from the Chinese Embassy called and said that the exhibition doesn’t include correct information about Falun Gong. The Embassy had asked for an
opportunity to send their material about the issue.

The Chinese Communist regime has spread their propaganda all over the world through its Embassies in order to deceive people and seek justification for their campaign of the persecution. In Canada, the spread
of similar hate inciting propaganda has already lead to legal actions.

”This call from the Chinese Embassy does not affect the facts on which kind of exhibition we will have on the walls of our library. Our custom is that we’ll let as many flowers bloom as possible,” the staff from the
library said.

The exhibition “Peaceful Journey of Falun Gong” has been touring across the libraries of North Finland and the feedback has been excellent.

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