Global Tuidang Center

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for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

Helping People to Quit the CCP in Remote Area

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A Tuidang volunteer from China  |  Minghui

Banners with Informational messages about Quitting the CCP appear in a City in Hebei Province, China (minghui)

I am a country school teacher, a Falun Dafa practitioner, and a Tuidang volunteer.  After the Communist Party launched the persecution, I was arrested in Beijing and sent home. Later on, I was sent to a labor camp three times.

After being released from the labor camp in 2005, I immediately started to convince people to quit the Party.

The first group of people I talked to was my brother’s family, who live in the mountains. It took several hours on a bus to get there, and the bus stop is two miles away from their house. I walked and walked and then found myself lost. I crossed over hills and valleys and ran into a village resident, who took me to my brother’s home. They were happy and surprised to see me. I told them what Falun Gong really is and about the brutality of the persecution. They all agreed to quit the Party.

I have tried my best to carry it out. During the past few years, I have visited many remote villages. At first, I followed fellow practitioners and learned from them. Later, I knew how to do it by myself.

I spend most of my time talking to people in public, no matter how severe the weather. I made copies of the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party, wherever I go, I tell people what Falun Gong really is and gives them a copy of theNine Commentaries. On one Chinese New Year day, I went to a remote area and convinced 107 people to quit. the CCP

My county started a large-scale railroad project last July, and many of the workers came from out of town. It was a great opportunity to tell them the truth. Walking around the construction site was very difficult, however.

One time, three workers were working in a pit, and I was not able to climb down there. I said to myself, “They are from out of town. If I don’t talk to them, I won’t have the chance again.” At that moment, someone set up a ladder for me.

That day, I convinced 30 people to quit the Party. They all thanked me for telling them the facts.

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