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Chinese Tourists Visiting London Quit the Chinese Communist Party

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The British Museum in London is a spot where Falun Gong practitioners and Tuidang volunteers regularly go to expose the persecution to the thousands of visitors there.

Many people this summer, especially tourists from mainland China, have talked to volunteers and expressed their support.

Volunteer Mr. Liu feels happy that more and more people from China are learning the truth about Falun Gong.

“Many of them were deceived by the communist party and had misunderstandings about Falun Gong,” Mr. Liu said. “But after talking to us, most of them changed their minds. Many of them also recognize the evil nature of the party and then quit the party.

“Some of them took videos and asked for more of our informational materials,” Mr. Liu added. “They want to show these materials to friends and family back in China.”

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