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Chinese Tourist: “The Chinese Ought to Thank Falun Gong Practitioners”

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Passersby talking to volunteers (minghui)
Passersby talking to volunteers (minghui)

Tuidang volunteers and Falun Gong practitioners held an activity on Aotea Square  appealing to the public to help end the 17-year-long persecution of Falun Gong in China.

Banners read: “Falun Dafa,” “Falun Gong Practitioners’ Organs Taken by Force,” “Bring Jiang Zemin to Justice.”

Mr. Cao, a Chinese tourist, told a volunteer that Aukland was his last stop before returning home. “The Chinese ought to thank Falun Gong practitioners,” he said.

He explained that, without Falun Gong practitioners’ hard work in exposing the Chinese Communist Party’s atrocities, even more people would fall victim to its deceptions.

“One of Falun Gong’s principles is ‘Compassion.’ I believe ‘Compassion’ will prevail. More and more Chinese understand it now,” he commented.

Yan and Hu, two Chinese students, observed the activity closely. Hu said he had quit the Youth League and Young Pioneers after he learned the truth about the persecution some time ago in Hong Kong.

He was very upset about the persecution after a relative was arrested and persecuted for practicing Falun Gong: “The whole world knows about the live organ harvesting crime now. Jiang Zemin is already dead!”

Mr. Arjrn is a computer programmer. He said one of his colleagues used to work for Chinese Central TV station (CCTV) and told him that the station cooked up a lot of fake news to serve the purposes of the ruling Communist Party.

“If they can torture Falun Gong practitioners, they can certainly torture other Chinese people. So if more Chinese learn the truth and begin to say ‘No’ to the Party, the Party will collapse,” Mr. Arjrn commented after he signed a petition calling for an immediate end to forced organ harvesting.

More than 300 signatures were collected during the 3-hour event, and over 60 Chinese people announced their withdrawal from the CCP and its affiliated organizations.

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