Mount Fuji, located about 60 miles southwest of Tokyo, is the highest mountain in Japan. It is a well-known symbol of Japan and it is frequently depicted in art and photographs, as well as visited by sightseers and climbers.
While taking in the beautiful scenery there, many Chinese tourists have met Ms. Wang, a Falun Gong practitioner and Tuidang volunteer, who told them about the persecution of Falun Gong in China and helped them take a stance by withdrawing their memberships in the Communist Party and its affiliated organizations.
Doctoral Student from Beijing Quits the Youth League
One day in August, she had a chat with a young Chinese man sitting on the lawn alone. He was a doctoral student from Beijing.
When she brought up quitting the Party, he said that he was not a Party member and had automatically quit the Youth League because of his age. The Youth League is an affiliate of the Chinese Communist Party for the students of middle school, high school, and college.
Ms. Wang explained, “I don’t mean quitting the Party on a human level. I mean making a vow to the Heavens to sever all ties to the Party, since when you joined the Youth League you pledged your life to the Party.”
The young man wasn’t convinced at first, but the practitioner told him more about how Falun Gong was unjustly persecuted and slandered by the communist regime with propaganda stunts.
The young man finally agreed to formally renounce the Youth League. He bowed respectfully and thanked her.
Two Medical Doctors from Beijing Quit the Party and the Youth League
One day in early September, Ms. Wang met two medical doctors from Beijing at the foot of Mount Fuji. One was a woman from Heilongjiang Province and the other was a man from Hubei Province.
While chatting, the two doctors mentioned the smog in Beijing. Ms. Wang then talked about how the deteriorating morality in China led to many problems including smog, plague, water pollution, poisoned food, and fake vaccines.
The two doctors agreed with her.
Both doctors took Ms. Wang’s advice and quit the Communist Party and the Youth League.
Two Chinese Students Quit the Youth League and the Young Pioneers
Ms. Wang met two Chinese students who have been studying in Chiba City for two years.
She talked with them about their hometowns and the problems they have faced in recent years, such as water pollution and poisoned vegetables in Shandong, Henan, and Hebei Provinces and Shijiazhuang City.
The two students were quite aware of these issues and agreed that the CCP is the source of China’s moral decay.
In the end, both of them agreed to quit the Youth League and the Young Pioneers. Young Pioneers is an affiliated organization to the Chinese Communist Party for elementary school pupils.