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Talking to People About Falun Dafa and Tuidang

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A Tuidang volunteer from Guangdong Province, China  |  Minghui

A poster in Huaihua City, Hunan Province, that explains how the communist party has been harming people for decades and why one should quit the regime.

I began Falun Dafa cultivation practice in 2012, my husband had already been a practitioner for many years.
I talk to people about the Tuidang movement, Falun Dafa and the persecution by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) almost every day.

Police Officer Quits the Chinese Communist Party

One morning, a young police officer sat next to me as I finished my breakfast in a restaurant. He cheerfully told the restaurant owner that his baby was now one month old. I congratulated him, and he thanked me.

We chatted a bit, and I asked if he had heard of Falun Dafa. He said their office fax machine receives information about Falun Dafa and the persecution almost every day, and the landlines and cell phones ring off the hook with such information as well.

He had been reading the information but had some questions. I cleared up all his questions for him and he smiled as he nodded his head that he now understood.

The I asked if he was a Communist Party member. He said he was, and I asked if he had considered quitting. He said he knew the CCP was rotten and had been wanting to quit. I offered to help him with that and he agreed.

A Visit to my Hometown to Help People Quit the CCP

I visit my hometown every winter and summer. While there, I help distribute Falun Dafa informational materials. It is a large and populated area, but with very few practitioners.

We go to rural areas that are far away and concentrate on places with crowds of people. We answer questions about Falun Dafa and the persecution, and then encourage the villagers to quit the Party and its affiliated organizations.

We visited several villages one morning, ran into a group of students later, and helped 43 people renounce the Party’s organizations. We went to eight villages in the afternoon and assisted 36 people in quitting the Party.

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