I live in Shaanxi Province, China. I practice Falun Gong, which is outlawed in China.
Two men and a woman rang my doorbell the other day and asked to speak to me. Although I had never met them, I thought I should welcome them inside.
I invited them in and asked them who they were. One man said nothing, the other said he was the driver, and the woman said she was from the village.
They wanted to know if I filed a lawsuit against Jiang Zemin. All though answering this question could bring great danger to me I was not afraid and replied, “Practitioners around the world are suing him, including myself.”
They asked if I wrote the letter of complaint against Jiang Zemin and if I had any education. I confirmed that I attended school through the fifth grade and wrote the letter myself. They found it hard to believe that I was able to write the letter with so little schooling.
When the visitors inquired how long I had been practicing, I told them it has been almost 20 years. “And you know, Falun Dafa is practiced freely around the world,” I added.
I told them that the Communist Party will disintegrate one day, and I encouraged them to withdraw from the Party to protect themselves from future calamities.
I also gave them copies of “the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party” and pamphlets about the movement to prosecute Jiang.
At the end of our conversation, two out of the three visitors agreed to quit the Party.