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What Chinese Tourists Want Beyond Sightseeing and Shopping

What Chinese Tourists Want Beyond Sightseeing and Shopping
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Chinese tourists in Macao learn about the persecution of Falun Gong (Minghui) Chinese tourists in Macao about the persecution learn about the persecution of Falun Gong (Minghui)[/caption]

Organ Harvesting Prompts More Chinese to Quit the CCP

A tourist choose to withdraw her Party membership in Paris. She said, “Harvesting Falun Gong practitioners’ organs for profit is devilish. I have to hurry up and quit the Party, otherwise, it may be too late!” A Chinese tourist from Henan Province told a practitioner in front of City Hall in Stockholm, Sweden, “I cried after I read about organ harvesting.” When the practitioner offered him an alias with which to publish his withdrawal from CCP organizations, he opted to use his real name.

More Tourists Quit the CCP Using Their Own Names

2014 has seen more Chinese tourists using their real names to quit the CCP organizations. A visiting Chinese scholar said the following after doing so at Oxford University in England: “The CCP cannot tolerate Falun Gong because Falun Gong is too honorable.” In Troy, Michigan, a Chinese man accompanied his elderly mother to quit the CCP with her real name. She said, “The CCP is too evil. I have to do this.” Another tourist told her group, “Let’s quit the Party first. Then we can go celebrate with a good meal.” The practitioner volunteer asked whether they would use their real names or aliases. They responded without hesitation, “No alias. We quit with our real names!”

Tour Guides Encourage Clients to Quit the Party

Some tour guides have incorporated quitting the CCP or learning about the persecution of Falun Gong into their groups’ busy itineraries. For example, at St. Peter’s Square in Vatican City, a tour guide told the group as they approached a practitioner, “Hurry up and sign your name [to quit the CCP]. We have very little time here. Please be quick!” In Switzerland, a tour guide signaled a practitioner to give out pamphlets to his customers and said to them, “Take a copy. Everyone does this here. No need to be afraid. What’s there to fear now that you’re outside of China?” Most of the tourists in the group decided to renounce their Party memberships. In Toronto, Canada, a tour guide told a practitioner after he learned about the persecution and quit the Party organizations, “Please tell my customers the same. I will help you.” This story is based on an article from Minghui.org]]>

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