About Us

The Tuidang Center is a registered trade name of the Global Service Center for Quitting Chinese Communist Party, Inc. a 501(c)(3) registered in the United States. The Tuidang Center coordinates the Tuidang movement that is building freedom in China. The Tuidang movement has grown quickly since it first began in 2004, after the publication of the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party by the Epoch Times. In 2007 the Tuidang Center was setup in Flushing, New York.

 


Our Mission

To educate people about the destructive character of Communism.
To assist all Chinese people worldwide to renounce the Chinese Communist Party and its affiliated organizations.
To investigate and document the atrocities Communism has perpetrated against humanity.

 


Board Members

Rong Yi, MPA

Ms. Rong Yi joined the Global Service Center for Quitting Chinese Communist Party, Inc. in 2006. She is the Chief Executive Officer and a director. She holds a master’s degree in public administration from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. She came to the United States from China in 1995. Previously, she worked as a diplomat with the Chinese Ministry of Commerce, formerly named Chinese Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation. She held posts in Tanzania and Pakistan.

Wang Zhiyuan, MD

Dr. Zhiyuan Wang is a Doctor of Medicine in China, specializing in flight medicine. He received his training at the Fourth Military Medical University in Xian, China. He then worked as a resident flight physician for over 25 years. He was also an editorial member of the Journal of Flight Surgeons. In 1995, Dr. Wang relocated to the United States where he began to work as a researcher at the cardiovascular research center of Harvard University. He now lives in New York, where he heads the World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (WOIPFG).

Sen Nieh, Ph.D

Dr. Sen Nieh has been a professor of Mechanical Engineering at The Catholic University of America, Washington DC since 1983. He has published 80+ scientific research papers, and holds 8 US/Foreign patents. He is the recipient of the Lectureship Award at the United Nations, the Karman Teaching Excellence Award at the School of Engineering/CUA, and the Honorary Professorship at several universities in China. Dr. Nieh is a co-founder of the Global Service Center for Quitting Chinese Communist Party, Inc, the charitable organization that coordinates the Tuidang Movement in China. He is an acclaimed speaker and an active advocate of religious freedom and human rights in China.