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Village Leader Quits Communist Party After Touring Taiwan and Hong Kong

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Chinese tourists reading the display boards at the Quit CCP service center (minghui.org) Chinese tourists reading the display boards at the Quit CCP service center (minghui.org)[/caption] The former Communist party village general secretary, an old classmate of mine, called me up in 2014, insisting he had an important matter to discuss. I had talked to him numerous times about the persecution of Falun Gong, urging him to quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), but he always refused. After his retirement, he moved away to the city to live with his daughter. I wondered what he wanted to discuss. Next day, he arrived at my house, and before I even had time to greet him, he excitedly shook my hands and said: “I remember you talked to me about quitting the Party. Today help me to quit the Party with my real name!” He explained he had recently visited Hong Kong and Taiwan. During his travels he had learned the truth about the persecution of Falun Gong and read many flyers. He said he was deeply shocked by the evil nature of the CCP and also felt encouraged seeing other tourists openly quitting the party. “I gave it a lot of thought after I came back,” he said. “What you told me before was all true. You were truly saying things for my well-being and wanted to save me. I felt afraid when I talked with you back then. Today, I am asking you to help me quit the Party with my real name.” Observing the change in his attitude, I understood the great impact of the truth-clarification efforts in other countries was having. Many Falun Dafa practitioners volunteer their time at tourist sites around the world to help Chinese people quit the CCP, allowing them to gain freedom from the regime.    ]]>

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