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A Thankful Truck Driver Quit the Chinese Communist Party

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Driving in China is not easy, let alone driving a truck. Since 2008, I have driven to different regions in nearby provinces. There are usually two drivers in the truck; one drives while the other rests.
Falun Dafa has been banned in China, but we practitioners know how good the practice is. I make good use of my time to read Dafa books and I also do the Falun Dafa exercises.
For a while, I worked with Liu, who accompanied drivers to handle fees and other logistical issues. He had a bad temper and often used foul language to complain about the other drivers.
One day, after arriving at our destination, there was a bunk bed for the two of us. The driver usually takes the lower bunk which is more spacious and comfortable. However, since Liu is older than me, I thought about asking him whether he’d like the lower bunk.
Because I always let Liu have the lower bunk, he has treated me well.
After hearing about how the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) brutally persecutes Falun Dafa practitioners for their belief, he agreed to quit the Party and its affiliated organizations.

Helping People Learn about Quitting CCP

Because of the CCP’s defamatory propaganda about Falun Dafa, many people in China have been misled and do not know anything about Falun Dafa. I try to explain this to the people I meet. A large number of them have learned the facts this way.
One time, three technicians helped repair my truck and after we talked for half an hour, all of them decided to quit the CCP organizations.

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