Official quits the Chinese Communist Party

Minghui.org It was quite some time ago when I encountered a pleasant middle-aged man in a shopping center in Mainland China. We struck up a conversation, and I asked him if he had heard of Tuidang (quit the party), the movement to withdraw from the Chinese Communist...

Bringing People Wonderful Futures While Traveling

Minghui.org A long trip can be a great opportunity to talk to people about Falun Dafa. Business Owner Decides Not to Upgrade Her Seat I once took a ten-hour-long train trip, and sat in the middle seat, with a middle-aged lady sitting on my left, and a young fellow on...

Seeing Behind the Face of the Chinese Communist Party

Minghui.org  There is a Chinese saying that goes, “A person needs a face, like a tree needs its bark.” To us, this proverb means that a person should live respectfully and with dignity, but I hadn’t really thought about its other meaning. There used to be two...

A gambler encouraged into quitting the CCP

Lori Harel | Tuidang Center Mrs Fang, A Tuidang volunteer, was on her way to a Tuidang table on Main Street Flushing when she saw a man, waiting on a bus that takes people to casinos in Atlantic City. Smoking a cigarette, he was crouched in a common posture Chinese...

Tuidang uses peaceful means to protest

Lori Harel | Tuidang Center At the Tuidang table on Nain Street, Flushing, a skinny young man abruptly approached Mr. Zhang, a Tuidang volunteer, and said, “I don’t understand why you use this method to interact with people. Why didn’t you choose another method to...