Tourists read posters at tourist sites in Macau during Chinese New Year (minghui)

During the recent Chinese New Year holiday, many Chinese citizens went south to Macau for vacation. At two renowned tourist sites, the Ruins of St. Paul’s and St. Dominic’s Church, Falun Dafa practitioners and Tuidang volunteers put up posters with information about the ongoing persecution of the practice in China.

Three men in their 40s read the posters and nodded in agreement. “These posters really make sense and they explain what’s going on in China very clearly,” one man commented. Ms. Zheng, a volunteer helping at the booth, talked with them and asked if they would like to quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliated organizations to take a stance against the regime’s crimes against humanity. Two of them had once joined the CCP Young Pioneers and they decided to renounce their membership.

Some tourists shouted out as they passed by, “Falun Dafa is great!” Some greeted practitioners and encouraged them to keep up their efforts. Another passerby commented, “The Communist Party is indeed corrupt. We hope it will collapse.”