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The First Cross-America “END CCP” Car Parade Drew the Curtain

Volunteers take a photo in front of the “End the Evil Chinese Communist Party” banner at the hilltop of Pittsburgh. (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center)
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Dan Lin, New York | The Global Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party

The “END CCP” car parade organized by the Global Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party (also known as Tuidang Center) has finally completed its initial tour across the United States and came back home on Oct. 16. The car parade traveled 8,000 miles crossing 18 States and spanning four different time zones in 21 days. 

The Global Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party (also referred to as Tuidang Center) completed its first “END CCP” car tour across the United States.

The car parade traveled some 8,000 miles through 18 states spanning four different time zones in 21 days, ultimately concluding the tour on Oct. 16.

The END CCP car parade is traveling along the road among forests and mountains.  (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center)
The END CCP car parade is meandering among mountains. (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center)
The END CCP car parade is proceeding between the border of America and Mexico. (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center)
The END CCP car parade is near the Arches National Park of Utah. (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center)
The END CCP car parade is parking under the Golden Gate Bridge SF. (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center)
The END CCP car parade is circling the Chinese Consulate General in Los Angeles. (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center)
 The END CCP car parade is resting on the beach of the Atlantic Ocean. (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center)

The Tuidang Center stared a petition called “END CCP” (EndCCP.com) to help people become aware that the Chinese Communist Party is the source of evilness, and that the best move for any person is to reject the CCP.

The “END CCP” car parade, hosted by volunteers of the Tuidang Center, during their self-financed tour, clarified the truth about the CCP across the United States, displaying posters on top of their cars and gathering signatures for the “END CCP” petition wherever they stopped. 

The parade cars had American flags and “END CCP” flags fixed on the roofs. Volunteers showed eye-catching posters that had messages including “A Free China without CCP,” “CCP Lied, People Died, Sign the Petition to END CCP,” “Say NO to CCP,” and “ Eliminate CCP, End Tyranny.”  

The “END CCP” message passed to many cities and towns, including remote U.S. regions.

The car tour began in New York and moved through the east and west coasts. The 18 states covered include Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, California, New Mexico, Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, and West Virginia.

In total, the parade traveled 13,000 km. Destinations on the journey included the Appalachian Mountains, Lake Erie, Lake Michigan, Great Plains, and Colorado Plateau.

On the way to the Bryce Canyon National Park of Utah, a motorist stopped and kneeled upon seeing the car parade to show her respect. (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center)
At Nebraska, a man was touched with tears when seeing the posters. He offered a photo with the volunteer. (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center).
At the Arches National Park of Utah, tourists joined the volunteers and voiced out loud: “END CPP”. (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center)
At Lombard Street Bridge of SF, locals waved to show their respect. (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center)
United Airlines Captain met END CCP car parade at Nashville, Tennessee. He spoke highly of the car tour and wanted to donate $5 as support. (Tuidang Center).
At Cincinnati of Ohio, passersby waved to the car parade. (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center)
At the Paul Brown Stadium of Cincinnati, a man waved to every car of the parade to show his respect. (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center)
At the Sedona Red Rock of Arizona, resident Brittany was very excited about the lotus flower a volunteer Ms Ju gave to her. She hugged Ju and also returned some red rocks as a gift. (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center)
At the St Mary of the Mount Parish Center of Pittsburgh, A lady was moved to tears when listening to a song titled “Showing You a Path of Hope” by volunteers. She signed the petition and loved the lotus flowers. (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center)

Volunteers recall many heart-warming during the cross-country tour. 

On the last day passing by Pittsburgh, volunteers went up the hill, sang the song “Showing You a Path of Hope” by Mr Li Hongzhi, the founder of Falun Gong (also known as Falun Dafa). 

The lyrics of the song: 

We are stopped by neither wind nor rain, all for whom?
We eat and sleep on the street, all for whom?
Standing on the sidewalk, disciples of Dafa
Leaflets in hand born of compassion and painstaking effort
It is solely to save you from the disaster
Only by knowing the truth can you see clearly the future
We don’t seek anything in return
We merely wish to give you a path of hope 

In Chicago, volunteers of the car parade gathered for a photo in front of the banner “End the Evil Chinese Communist Party”. (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center)
In Memphis, the second largest city of Tennessee, volunteers snapped a photo in front of the “End the Evil Chinese Communist Party” banner. (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center)
In Columbus, the capital of Ohio, volunteers took a photo in front of the landmark building with the banner “End the Evil Chinese Communist Party”. (Dan Lin/ Tuidang Center) 

In the drizzling rain, singing the song, volunteers’ voices resonated in the sky. Having traveled thousands of miles, Tuidang Center volunteers simply wish to spread the truth and wake people up. 

This successful cross-country parade is just the beginning.

We will not stop until the day the CCP is eliminated.

Help end Communism world wide. Sign the End CCP Petition at endccp.com.

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