Not long ago, some practitioners were arrested for hanging up loudspeakers broadcasting the stories of Falun Dafa. The newspaper Changchun New Culture defended the persecution and boasted of a "victory." However, just before Falun Dafa Day in Changchun, nearly 200 loudspeakers began broadcasting at almost the same time on the evening of December 21, 2001 in Changchun. According to reports from practitioners, some loudspeakers remained on for 55 minutes, some 30 minutes. Falun Dafa Radio was thus heard in the residential areas, on the streets, and outside shopping centres.
Many people learned the truth of Falun Dafa and showed great interest. In fact, the propaganda in Changchun New Culture was partly responsible for the people's curiosity and attention.
At around 5 p.m. on December 21, 2001, a practitioner working in a factory in North-eastern China successfully set up a loudspeaker in the residential complex of his factory and let many employees and their families hear Falun Dafa Radio when they returned home from work.
At 4.a.m.on December 21, 2001, two practitioners hung up 15 banners in the trees and electric poles along one street in their city. The banners were there until 6 p.m. before the police tore them down. Some stayed there for a whole day. These deeds [ ] greatly shocked the police and crooked officials in that area and helped many people to know the truth of Falun Dafa.
There is a shortage of truth-clarifying literature to introduce Falun Dafa in rural areas. So the practitioners placed small red flags with the words of Falun Dafa along the roads, in doorways, and in the markets. The farmers said, "The Falun Gong people are so capable. They wrote short phrases about the truth of Falun Dafa on one side of the flag and adhered the truth-clarifying literature to the other side. They stuck the flags in the haystacks, on the roadsides, and in the grocery stands. Children hold the flags in their hands and read the words out loud. Farmers saw the flags at the market and felt that they added a festive atmosphere. The owner of a grocery stand deliberately placed a flag on his goods, saying it brings good fortune. The red flags were even on the cars driving to town. The police were furious upon seeing these flags.
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