Is Yielding Your Seat to a Senior Citizen on a Bus a Crime? Is Speaking the Truth and Being a Good Person a Crime?

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A Falun Dafa practitioner from Wulanbai Township, Lingyuan City, Liaoning Province was riding a public bus. Seeing an older woman standing on the bus, she yielded her seat to the older woman. The woman thanked her, and the Falun Dafa practitioner told her in a low voice, "Don't thank me, I practise Falun Gong. Our Teacher teaches us to be a good person wherever we go, and this is what I should do."

This occurrence was seen by a vicious person who specialised in persecuting Falun Dafa practitioners. They found out this practitioner's name and address, and brought some people to arrest her. The practitioner took advantage of a chance to break away. The police station blocked the main traffic intersections and went to her relatives' homes to search for her. They also hired the neighbours to monitor their home, forcing the practitioner to keep moving from place to place to avoid arrest.

Is it wrong to yield your seat to an old woman? Are you guilty when you strive to speak the truth and be a good person? We hope that more and more people will come to see the truth and help the persecuted Falun Gong practitioners in China find justice.

Chinese version available at http://www.minghui.cc/mh/articles/2003/2/19/44825.html

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