Global Tuidang Center

GLOBAL SERVICE CENTER

for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

Helping Inmates Quit the Chinese Communist Party

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Women inmates in Chinese prison (Epictoon)
Women inmates in Chinese prison (Epictoon)

I was arrested with other Falun Dafa practitioners and Tuidang volunteers on November 26, 2014.

We were taken to Ankang Hospital before being imprisoned. They tried to draw blood from both of my arms, but without success. The nurse couldn’t understand why.

The guards treated Dafa practitioners coldly in the prison. I tried to talk to the inmates in the same ward about Dafa and the persecution, but they laughed and tried to avoid me because they had been misled by the Communist Party’s propaganda.

They eventually stopped avoiding me, as I told them about the persecution, however, they still didn’t understand why practitioners continue to practice while being persecuted.

I said that due to the Party’s corruption, people have lost their jobs, their land, and are left with no means to make ends meet. If you had a proper job, would you still be dealing drugs? Would you cheat or harm others?”

I continued to tell them about the CCP’s crimes and three of the inmates immediately raised their hands to express their agreement and desire to quit the Party. I also taught them how to sing “Be Saved” before I was released.

On the morning of the 13th day after I was arrested, two beautiful birds stopped at the window of my cell and started singing. I went over to look at them before they flew away.

One inmate said, “I have never seen such beautiful birds sing so well. Did they pass on some good news? Is someone going to return home?” I told her that I was going home, but she didn’t believe me.

After dinner that evening, a guard called my name and that of another practitioner. We were told to collect our personal belongings to go home.

As I was leaving, some inmates hugged me goodbye.

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