Austria: Promoting Falun Gong and Exposing the Persecution in Vienna

On the 14th of October 2007, Austrian practitioners held an information day at the famous Naschmarkt, a popular market square in Vienna, to expose the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) inhumane persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in China. The Naschmarkt has been called Austria's Chinatown by many people. It is where the heart of the Chinese community is, and it attracts a lot of Chinese shoppers on weekends.

When they saw the banners and displays, a lot of Chinese people said aloud, "Falun Gong, Falun Gong", and accepted flyers and copies of Nine Commentaries on the Chinese Communist Party. When one Chinese lady heard about the persecution of Falun Gong by the CCP, she said to practitioners, "Falun Gong is just a type of Qigong, the CCP really has mental problems persecuting it like this." Some Chinese people also claimed that they had already seen the Nine Commentaries on television.

A German tourist said, "I heard about Falun Gong when the Human Rights Torch Relay was in Slovakia, and I also found out about the cruel methods the CCP uses to torture Falun Gong practitioners."

A passer-by also told the practitioners that the persecution is truly bad, and that the Olympics should not be held in a country like China, where human rights are violated so badly.

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