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Mainland Chinese Tourists Learn About Tuidang While Visiting Sydney

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Priscilla Kan  |  Tuidang Center

Quit the CCP (minghui)
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Australia’s most famous landmark, the Sydney Opera House, is a Tuidang site. Tuidang volunteers come with the sole intention to help tourists from Mainland China to quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

May, a Tuidang volunteer, stood at the site hour after hour, handing out pamphlets urging Chinese tourists to quit the CCP.

“The CCP has committed a lot of inhuman and heinous crimes against its own people. They persecuted Falun Gong practitioners, and have taken their organs. Their evil actions have restricted the freedoms of the Chinese people. Why would you want to still be part of their party? Please separate yourself from that evil.” The volunteer repeated this over and over to each of the Chinese tourists who passed by.  By doing this, she moved the hearts of many Chinese people to quit the CCP.

A young Chinese student visited the opera house with her tour group. She was curious what the volunteer was handing out, so she took a pamphlet. With this the volunteer realized it was her chance to introduce the topic of quitting the CCP.

“Have you heard of Tuidang?  In China, the CCP has selfishly harmed their own people for money and pride. They are afraid of a peaceful meditation practice. So in 1999 Jiang Zemin, the head of the CCP, claimed Falun Gong was a threat. He began a campaign to eradicate the spiritual practice, Falun Gong. Practitioners were persecuted simply for their beliefs. He claimed it was a campaign to “reform them”, but the campaign was a crime against humanity. It was genocide. And for this, they will be held accountable and punished. So for you, why do you want to be part of their evil? You need to quit.”

The Chinese student hesitated, worried about being heard by other tourists travelling with her. She replied softly in English, “I have joined Communist organizations and I want to QUIT.”

This Tuidang movement has awoken, and set free the kind Chinese people from the control of the CCP.  By quitting they separate themselves from the Communist Party and they are laying the foundation for a new China, a China without the CCP.

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