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Western Australia: Locals and Visiting Chinese are Quitting the CCP

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Tuidang Center [caption id="attachment_2187" align="alignleft" width="300"]Quit CCP Centre, Perth, West Australia. ( en.minghui.org) Quit CCP Centre, Perth, West Australia. (en.minghui.org)[/caption] The Tuidang centre for quitting the Chinese communist party (CCP) in Perth’s city centre is staffed by volunteers. The volunteers, who all Falun Gong practitioners, tell of the persecution they face in China and in particular they tell of the state-sanctioned, forced organ harvesting. Many passers-by stop to listen and a number of Chinese among them were moved to withdraw from their memberships of the CCP, taking a stand against the atrocities being committed in China by the CCP.

Tourists and Local Chinese Quit the CCP

One tourist from China spoke about her quest to find out the facts: “I was able to access overseas websites through Dynaweb (a tool that breaks through the internet firewall in China). I already knew the CCP was bad and deceitful, but I didn’t know much about Falun Gong. This encounter with Falun Gong in Australia inspired me to quit my membership in the Party’s organisations. ”When Mother and daughter immigrants from Northeast China passed by the booth, the mother refused to take a pamphlet offered by a practitioner saying “I did join the CCP’s Youth League and Young Pioneers a long time ago. But I am too old for those organisations now and am not involved. Why bother quitting them?” The Tuidang volunteer explained the spiritual significance of severing all ties to the Party. The woman was convinced. “I see. We Chinese have so many problems now. Many of them were actually caused by the CCP.” Her daughter also quit the CCP’s Young Pioneers.

Five Chinese Visitors Quit the Party through Instant Messaging

Ms. Wang (alias), an immigrant investor who recently came to Western Australia from China, signed a business deal with the help of a local practitioner. She agreed to quit the CCP organisations after the practitioner told her about Falun Gong and the persecution. Ms. Wang told the Tuidang volunteer that some of her business partners in China would visit her and they could probably meet sometime. One day the volunteer contacted Ms. Wang via instant messaging. Ms. Wang said she was staying with those friends in Melbourne, and they might not have time for Perth. The practitioner felt bad because she might not be able to meet those people again and tell them about quitting the CCP. Then she came up with the idea to ask Ms. Wang if she could record a message for her to share with her friends. Ms. Wang agreed and they began to work on it. There were so many topics to cover that she ended up sending 12 voice recordings, while Ms. Wang relayed them to her friends. After a while Ms. Wang sent over a list with five people’s real names on it—all of them agreed to quit the CCP’s organisations. “Because they have to go back to China for business,” Ms. Wang explained, “they hope to quit the CCP using an alias, as you suggested. But for each of them, please include one Chinese character from the real name when you assign an alias.” This Tuidang volunteer happily obliged and on their behalf submitted their withdrawals from the Party organisations. This story is based on an article from Minghui.org]]>

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