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An Unexpected Conversation with a Lady in Shanghai

An Unexpected Conversation with a Lady in Shanghai
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Tuidang Center I am working in the Tuidang center for quitting CCP in Leeds, England. Once when I was working at Millennium Square near the central library in Leeds, a stranger handed me his mobile phone for me to talk to a Chinese lady in Shanghai. I spoke to her and helped her quit the Chinese communist organizations. (Photo - www.flickr - Tim Parkinson) www.flickr -(Tim Parkinson) It was quite amazing how that Westerner connected the Shanghai woman and me and how his mobile phone served as the conduit for her to make such an important decision. The man noticed what I was doing,  he said to me with a big smile, “Chinese, Chinese.” He handed me his phone and signaled for me to talk. I took his phone and said in Chinese, “Hello!” “Hello,” came the response. “Where are you?” I asked. “Shanghai,” she told me. “That’s interesting. I am in the U.K. The gentleman just speaking to you handed me his phone for us to chat. He has a big smile on his face.” The lady on the phone laughed. We said a few words, and then I thought that, since I was having such an interesting encounter with this lady, I should take this opportunity to help her to quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). “Did you join the Young Pioneers when you were in elementary school?” I asked her. “Yes, that was 20 or 30 years ago.” “How about the Communist Youth League?” “Yes. But I didn’t join the Communist Party.” “I am in my 60s, older than you,” I told her. “I have already quit the CCP and its affiliated organizations. My relatives and friends also quit. In China, over 170 million people have renounced their memberships. They did it over the Internet. “Do you know why people are quitting the CCP? [Former head of the CCP] Jiang Zemin and the CCP are guilty of many crimes. You Shanghainese are well aware of that, since he is based in Shanghai. Their crimes will lead to the disintegration of the CCP. You should quit the Youth League and the Young Pioneers organizations for your own good. “You can use a pseudonym to make the announcement online. I don’t know your name, so how about I just call you ‘Meili’ (Beautiful) and help you make the announcement?” “Sure,” she agreed. “And thank you!” I gave the phone back to the gentleman, and he continued talking with her. This was truly an amazing phone call. A gentleman in the U.K. was on an international call with a Chinese lady in Shanghai. In the middle of their conversation, I, a stranger to both of them, helped the lady quit the Communist organizations. This story is based on an article from Minghui.org]]>

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