Dr. Chao, an engineer with the Siemens Company, lives with his wife Chen in Sauelach, a small town not far from Munich. In 2004, Chen started practising Falun Gong. Influence by his wife, Dr. Chao also started to learn Falun Gong. Soon they understood the significance of rectifying the Fa and cultivation. They often spent time promoting Falun Gong and raising awareness of the persecution in neighbouring cities.
In their minds, telling people about Falun Gong and the truth about the persecution that took place in China was far more important than relaxing on the weekend. During the holidays, they once drove a long way to Trier, a city in west Germany, where Karl Marx used to live and gave birth to communism that brought humankind endless suffering. In that town, they talked to tourists from China and hoped that people could be free from the lies and deception spread by the Chinese Communist Party.
Dr. Chao and his wife always had a wish to hold a Falun Gong information day in the town where they live so that the residents there could learn about Falun Gong. Since the town is small and has rarely seen such activities, the town authorities valued their application. They quickly received the approval of the town head.
On the 16th of April, along with several Falun Gong practitioners from Munich, they set up a stall, some poster display boards and a banner reading "Falun Gong" in the centre of town. Passers-by stopped to listen to the practitioners talk about the campaign of genocide against Falun Gong in China and many people signed a petition calling for the instigator of the persecution, former Chinese leader Jiang Zemin, to be brought to justice in a court of law. A gentleman who used to teach German in several universities in China stopped for a long time in front of the display. He talked about the Chinese Communist Party with the practitioners and said that the party will collapse sooner or later, because even the Chinese rulers do not believe in communism.
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