Global Tuidang Center

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for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

Tuidang Forum: 225 Million Call for a Free China

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We would like to invite you and your students to attend the following event at Willard Library in Evansville Indiana:

A photo exhibit featuring acts of courage displayed by people renouncing the CCP will accompany the discussion on Monday, April 11th, and the forum starting at 6pm with light refreshments.

The Tuidang movement is building freedom in China. It is an inspiring movement giving Chinese people hope. It is happening now and changing China fast. Your presence is immensely valuable and appreciated.

*For more information and to RSVP to this event, please click here.

Background

Chinese Communism came from Soviet Communism. Power is maintained entirely through deceit, violent coercion and mass repression. This form of mass violence has ruled China for 65 years, and continues today. Within this time 80+ million Chinese people have died unnatural deaths. A new mass repression happens about every 10 years to keep the terror strong in people’s minds. Although on the surface, China seems to have changed, the Chinese Communist Party’s methods have not: A new label on an old wine bottle.
What can be done to have a peaceful relationship and to protect basic human rights?
A grassroots movement called Tuidang is building freedom in China and disintegrating the Communist Party. Tuidang literally means “quit the party” in Mandarin Chinese). The movement has recorded 225 million people from China renounce the stain of the CCP on their lives. It frees the hearts and minds of Chinese people from the culture of violence and coercion, and the mass brainwashing done by Communism. It is an inspiring movement giving Chinese people hope.
The Tuidang exhibit explores what “quitting the party” means to Chinese people. We hope it will help people outside of China to rethink their relationships with the Chinese Communist Party. Chinese people need freedom; we need your support to build freedom in China.
 

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