Hua Qing  | 

A volunteer (right) talks to Chinese tourists about the persecution of Falun Gong in China and quitting the CCP (minghui)

Although she now lives in Sydney, Australia, Ms. Chen finds it important to reconnect with her fellow Chinese countrymen. “As a Falun Gong practitioner and a Tuidang volunteer, I know that many Chinese have been poisoned by the ongoing hate propaganda from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP),” she explained. “I feel that I have to tell them the real story about this peaceful meditation, so that they are not against Falun Gong.”
Ms. Chen often goes to the Sydney Opera House, one of the most well-known Australian landmarks, where she talks to tourists from all over the world.

Importance of Quitting the CCP

Ms. Chen once met a tour group from Shanghai and began to chat with them. “I have heard about Falun Gong from a friend and she often did the exercises in a park,” said one tourist. She added that Falun Gong is not at all as the defamatory propaganda has claimed.

“Glad to hear that,” Ms. Chen said to her. “Since you know the Party is bad, do you know that many [Chinese] people have separated themselves from the regime?”“I am not worried about it, because I am a Christian now,” answered the tourist.

Ms. Chen explained that because people vowed to devote their lives to the Party when they joined these organizations, it is important to sever ties with the Party. “This also applies to the CCP’s junior organizations such as the Communist Youth League and the Young Pioneers.”

The tourist agreed, and other people in her group also took informational materials.

On another occasion, Ms. Chen greeted a Chinese tour group as they stopped at the Sydney Opera House. “It is very nice to meet you here,” she smiled.

Ms. Chen explained to them that each person has to be responsible for their own life, and recalled the Chinese proverb which states that good is rewarded with good and evil meets with karmic retribution.

The man nodded and said that he was willing to quit the Party. Several other people followed suit and also renounced their membership in the Party.

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