Falun Gong practitioners in New Zealand are undertaking an SOS walk from Auckland to Wellington to highlight the persecution of their fellow practitioners in China. On the afternoon of October 1, after 22 days of strenuous walking, they arrived at the Chinese Embassy in Wellington. Almost at the same time, New Zealand TV Channel 3 and a local newspaper came to conduct interviews.
The next day at 10:00 a.m., practitioenrs went to the congress building and asked security guards to submit a letter to the Prime Minster and Foreign Minister.
At 11:45, security guards introduced the Foreign Minster and Foreign Affairs Minister to them. The Foreign Minister said to them, "Congratulations! You are walking from Auckland to Wellington, congratulations!" He then asked them about the walk and the response of the public, and showed support to Falun Gong. At the end, he took a picture with the SOS walkers.
The walk lasted 22 days and covered a distance of 652 kilometres. During the walk, practitioners distributed about 7,000 pieces of literature on Falun Dafa were interviewed on 8 occasions by journalists. More than 30 practitioners and supporters participated in the walk.
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