After a direct flight from Beijing started to operate in the city I am living Falun Gong practitioners and I decided to help Tourists from China and tell them the truth about Chinese Communist Party (CCP) nature and crimes. We are also taking part in in Tuidang’s activities, helping Chinese to quit the CCP.
They are several flights from Beijing and Shanghai several times a week.
The Beijing and Shanghai flights arrived 45 minutes apart. When both flights were full, there were over 400 Chinese passengers at the airport at the same time.
Many drivers came to the airport to pick up passengers. It was fairly easy to talk to them, because they were leisurely waiting. This was quite different from being at a sightseeing destination, where tourists are in a rush and always on the move.
Clarifying the Facts in Different Ways
I would often begin conversations with people and quickly bring up the crimes committed by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). I would tell them about the importance of quitting any of the organizations they may have joined. Most people I spoke to would agree to quit the Party.
The arriving passengers were often in a rush to leave, so it was more suitable to hand out flyers than to have a conversation. However, it was relatively easy to speak to passengers waiting to be picked up. 60 to 80 of them quit the CCP each time.
In July, a Chinese tourist complained about us to the airport authorities. They asked us to apply for a permit before we returned.
We sent letters to the airport management and the people in charge and requested to meet with senior management in-person, continuing our efforts for more than five months before they finally issued the permit.
The airport is a great place for telling the truth to people traveling to and from China. I saw many quit the CCP and its affiliated organizations there. When we ran into students coming to attend school or tourist groups, the number of people who quit the Party could easily exceed 100 a day.
I realized that some of these people were ready to quit right away because other people had already told them the facts about the CCP’s atrocities and quitting the party.
Once I was talking to people in the main hall when a tour guide led a group of about 20 over. When he was busy talking to a person near him, I had a chance to talk to the tourists about quitting the Party. He just looked at me as he talked. After everyone in his group quit the Party, the tour guide gathered them together and they left.