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Chinese Tourists Quit CCP in Vancouver

Chinese Tourists Quit CCP in Vancouver
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A Tuidang rally in Canada (Eric Sun/The Epoch Times) A Tuidang rally in Canada (Eric Sun/The Epoch Times)[/caption] “This is the fifth time!” One day, she came across three technology workers from Beijing and introduced herself to them. They were friendly enough until she told them about quitting the CCP. “Are you guys following us? We’re meeting Falun Gong practitioners everywhere we go!” one exclaimed, frustrated, “This is the fifth time!” “Have you quit the Party then?” asked Ms. Lu. The three men said no. Ms. Lu patiently began telling the men about the CCP’s corruption, and all the money that they’ve taken from the Chinese everyman. “I know it sounds a bit redundant to have all of us tell you the same thing, but on the flip side, it means that you have that many people who care about you and your well-being,” said Ms. Lu. “Please don’t miss these opportunities.” The three men listened well to Ms. Lu’s explanation and got very emphatic when she mentioned the Party’s corrupt officials. “That’s already old news to us,” said another one of the men, “Hell will freeze over before the CCP becomes clean.” After their conversation, Ms. Lu overheard the three of them whispering to each other. “This old lady is really something, and told us so much,” said the first man, “Let’s quit this party today.” The three of them then turned around, and unanimously asked Ms. Lu to write their names down as three people who want nothing to do with the CCP anymore.

“You must be careful, ma’am.”

Another time, Ms. Lu came across a mother and daughter visiting the steam clock. The mother had come to Canada to visit her daughter and grandchildren, and her daughter had decided to take her sightseeing that day. Ms. Lu spoke with them about the CCP’s persecution of the Chinese people, and how they had killed over 80,000,000 Chinese. When she had gotten to that fact, the mother began to cry. Ms. Lu paused. “Ma’am, had I said something offensive?” she asked gingerly. “No,” replied her daughter. “My mother is crying because she just remembered how severely my grandparents have been persecuted in the past. They were labeled as rightists and tortured brutally – because of this, my grandma became mentally unstable and couldn’t look after herself for years. She died just last year. While my grandpa is still alive, he can’t bear to talk about the past; he’d start shaking violently, and would then burst into tears.” Both women thanked Ms. Lu after quitting the CCP, and told her of their wish that the Party would fall soon. Before they left, the daughter said, “You must be careful, ma’am. We’ve heard that the Party has a lot of its spies in Vancouver that may try to make things difficult for you.” The mother and daughter took many Falun Gong materials with them, along with a few copies of the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party. This story is based on an article from Minghui.org]]>

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