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Chinese Tourist in France: “Thank you for letting everyone know the truth”

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Two Chinese tourists read Falun Gong materials (minghui)

Spring is coming, a season when Paris sees waves of Chinese tourists. Falun Gong practitioners and Tuidang volunteers set up booths and display boards in front of the Eiffel Tower, to tell the visitors from China about this ancient cultivation practice from their home country and the persecution happening there.

Unlike ten years ago, when many Chinese people were still deceived by the Communist Party’s lies about Falun Gong, practitioners now see strong support and encouragement from the Chinese.

Ms. Zhang from the Tuidang Center for quitting the CCP, convinced two senior Chinese gentlemen to quit the Communist Party one day. One of them said to her, “I know a lot of Falun Gong practitioners back in China. They talk about Falun Gong openly and tell people what Falun Gong really is. Everybody likes to listen to them. You guys have done very well. Thank you for letting everyone know the truth. Our conversation today in Paris is very meaningful. I will remember it. It looks like Falun Gong’s spring is really coming.”

On another day, Ms. Jun talked with a group of about thirty Chinese tourists. Their tour guide enthusiastically helped pass out materials to her clients. People asked many questions about Falun Gong and the persecution. They got satisfying answers, and all agreed to quit the Party.

Ms. Ying, one day talked to a 50-year old gentleman. He said to her, “I experienced the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989. The Party killed so many innocent students, but they dare to claim that nobody died. Their lies will sooner or later be revealed. Righteousness will eventually win over evil.”

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