Global Tuidang Center

GLOBAL SERVICE CENTER

for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

Volunteer Turns His Workplace into a Tuidang Center

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Tuidang volunteer in China I am in charge of recruiting and managing human resources at my company which has over 500 employees. Since I interact with a lot of people, I take the opportunity to go beyond what my job requires and help people leave the Communist Party. As HR, I created a political affiliation field in the employment application form. For those who have marked that they are members of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), I often tell them, “The Party is so corrupt and has done many bad things to Chinese people. What goes around comes around. We don’t want to bear its cross if we haven’t done anything bad ourselves. Let’s withdraw from the Party to avoid going down with it!” Most people agree and resign from the Communist Party. They appreciate the opportunity I give them. I once told a person about the Communist regime’s persecution against Falun Gong for the past 16 years. I told her that she shouldn’t be a Communist Party member otherwise she would be accountable for its crimes. She thanked me sincerely and said, “You have given me such valuable information. How can I return the favor?” She then insisted on taking me out to lunch. At job fairs, our company booth often receives many visitors. A neighbor at a fair once asked me, “We are hiring for similar jobs, but why don’t we have any applicants while you have so many?” She didn’t know the reason, but I knew: I’m a one-man Tuidang Center. (In Chinese the Tuidang Center is called “The Global Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party.”) Visitors flock to my booth because they have what we Chinese call a predestined relationship. On a deeper level, its as if they know I’ve turned my workplace into a Tuidang Center. I find these people and help them leave the Communist Party for a better future.]]>

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