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Reaching Out to Chinese Tourists in Switzerland

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Tuidang volunteers and Falun Gong practitioners in Switzerland inform Chinese tourists of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) persecution of Falun Gong in their home country.

August is the peak of the travel season for Chinese tourists to Lucerne, Switzerland. Pan, a Falun Gong practitioner, distributed information about Falun Gong and the persecution in China to a group of Chinese tourists as they got off the bus at a scenic location in Lucerne. She told them about the abuse and torture of practitioners by the Chinese regime and advised them to withdraw from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

A group of tourists sat down to take a break. One of them pointed to a man and said to Pan, “He is our unit’s Party secretary. Can you persuade him to quit his membership in the Party?”

Pan said, “Good. As a Party secretary, you have more insights and should take the lead to quit the Party.” She then talked about crimes committed by the CCP and explained why people should not be part of it.

The Party secretary said, “I understand after listening to your explanation.” Pan asked whether he agreed to quit the Party. He nodded and said yes with a smile.

Following the secretary’s lead, other tourists in the group agreed to quit.

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