Japan: A Parade and Rally Held in Tokyo Supporting 83 Million Chinese Withdrawals from the Communist Party

On November 7th, the Service Center for Quitting the Party in Tokyo held a rally and parade, supporting 83 million Chinese who have quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliated organisations.

The parade

The parade went through the busiest streets in downtown Tokyo and drew the attention of many people. They accepted truth-clarifying materials and expressed their support for Falun Gong. Several Chinese students were surprised to see the parade. They talked to practitioners and said that they were willing to learn more about Falun Gong.

Mr. Xia Yifan, the representative from a Chinese democracy movement organisation in Japan, spoke at the rally. He expressed his support for the Chinese withdrawals. He said that the "Quitting the Party' movement is one of the largest democrat movements in the history of China, and it shows that more and more Chinese people have accepted the universal values of human rights and are choosing to leave the evil CCP.

Ms. Wu Lili, a Falun Gong practitioner, called upon attendees to help rescue her sister, Wu Xiaohua, who was sentenced to five years by the CCP because of her Falun Gong belief. Ms. Wu said her sister has been badly tortured in jail.

According to practitioner Ms. Wan, 47 Falun Gong practitioners now in Japan were at one time jailed in China for their belief. Currently, six Falun Gong practitioners in Japan have family members in jail in China. Mr. Xie Yunhua, a practitioner in Japan, said his brother, Xie Yunhuan, was sentenced to nine years and is now being tortured in jail.

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