In recent weeks, protests in Hong Kong draw attention around the globe. As a population that has not been indoctrinated by the CCP for decades, Hong Kong residents are able to recognize and express the harm brought in by the CCP.
Fearing that their democracy, rule of law and freedom of speech built over several decades of hard work might be ruined, over 430,000 Hong Kong residents joined the July 1 protest this year. They were protesting against the threat to the democracy, rule of law and freedom of speech in Hong Kong by the CCP.
The following online posts articulate clearly the pulse of the people: “People of Hong Kong are sick of the ruthlessness of the Chinese communist regime.” The CCP “is importing its culture of plagiarism, corruption, bribery, lack of morality, and election fraud to pollute Hong Kong.”
On July 20, the practitioners of Falun Gong (a spiritual practice persecuted in China from July 20, 1999) and the Tuidang movement undertook a gigantic march in Hong Kong, as a celebration of the fact that over 174 million Chinese had renounced their membership in Chinese communist organization.
In fact, many Chinese tourists are taking the opportunity to quit the CCP during their trips in Hong Kong, or North America and Europe.
Tuidang in Chinese means “quit the party”.