Malaysia: Divine Land Marching Band Performs in Malaysia for the First Time

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On May 19th, 2007, the Divine Land Marching Band from Taiwan performed at several scenic sites, including Batu Caves, the "Eye on Malaysia" Ferris Wheel, and the Petronas Twin Towers, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, surprising and touching the local public. Dressed in blue and white, they marched in perfect unison. The band played music "Falun Dafa is Good", "Fa Rectifies the Cosmos" and "Drums and Trumpets Shake the Ten Directions", bringing tears to the eyes of some onlookers. Many took photos of the precious moment.

Divine Land Marching Band plays at Batu Caves Square

Divine Land Marching Band plays on the square at "Eye on Malaysia" Ferris Wheel

Divine Land Marching Band plays at "Eye on Malaysia" Ferris Wheel, attracting tourists to watch and take photos

Divine Land Marching Band Parade

Divine Land Marching Band plays in front of the Petronas Twin Towers, attracting many residents to watch

The Divine Land Marching Band plays. Woman is moved to tears

The Divine Land Marching Band made its Malaysia debut at the new attraction, "Eye on Malaysia" Ferris Wheel.

Fortunate to see such a good band

Ms. Nasreen, a tourist from India, said during an interview that it was her first time to see such a good band playing in front of the Petronas Twin Towers, though she came many times. She said, "Very good! I enjoyed the performance. It is surprising to see such a good performance here."

The Marching Band moved people and increased their understanding of the grace of Falun Dafa. Mr. Yang works in an electronics store. He told this reporter, "The band plays very well. The performance shows everyone that Falun Dafa is accepted around the world, including Malaysia."

Public: One more time

The last stop for the Divine Land Marching Band was in front of the Petronas Twin Towers and Fountain Park. Once the band arrived, the performers were welcomed by residents and tourists on the spot. The public gave warm applause at the beginning and end. Some shouted, "Encore! Encore!"

The band was scheduled to perform in Malacca, an ancient city, the following day.

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