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Tuidang, “Quit The Chinese Communist Party” Posters Appear in Tieling City During the Moon Festival

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One of the most important and popular festivals in China is the Moon Festival. Every autumn people celebrate the bountiful harvest and the results of their hard work. As they went about preparing for this year’s celebration, people in Tieling City noticed eye-catching posters that read, “Quit the Chinese Communist Party” and “Falun Dafa is good”  everywhere.

After years of grassroots efforts to raise awareness, almost everyone in China has become familiar with what Falun Dafa is really about, contrary to the regime’s propaganda.

One young man said, “I’ve been to Hong Kong, and I saw a big Falun Dafa parade. It was very impressive! The parade procession was so long that I could not see the end of it. It was so moving that I wanted to cry. Many people said they saw hope for China when they watched the parade.”

One man said, “Falun Dafa practitioners are remarkable. A practitioner told me that the CCP arrests practitioners and tortures them to death. They also harvest organs from living practitioners. I was horrified. I immediately quit the CCP and its youth organizations. Since then, everything in my life turned for the better.”

 

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