(Clearwisdom.net) On April 11, 2010, the Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) held a rally and parade in Ansan City, the city in Korea with the largest Chinese population.

The parade was to support the 71 million Chinese people who have quit the CCP and its affiliated organizations. At noon, representatives from the Korean Epoch Times, the Falun Dafa Association, the Service Center, and the Korea Judicial Reform and Pan People's Association spoke at the rally. The parade started out after 1:00 p.m.

Rally to support 71 million Chinese who have quit the CCP

Zheng Qiuchen, representative from the Korea Judicial Reform and Pan People's Association.

A Korean Man Talks Over 50 People Into Quitting the CCP in One Morning

Not just the Chinese, but also the Koreans have joined the trend to quit the CCP. Mr. Lu from Gwangju City did not speak Chinese, so he talked to the Korean Chinese about quitting the CCP. After listening to Mr. Lu, over 50 Korean Chinese quit the CCP in the morning.

Parade to support quitting the CCP in Ansan, Korea

Voice from the Chinese People

A young Chinese couple filled out their statements to quit the CCP at the rally. They believe the corrupt communist regime will one day collapse.

A man in his 40s told a volunteer from the service center that he was not sure how he felt about quitting the CCP. The volunteer told him to look at the displays written in Korean: "China is good, Chinese people are good, the Chinese Communist Party is not good." The volunteer explained that the CCP is not the same as the Chinese people. The man finally understood and thanked him, saying, "You are doing this for all the Chinese people. Bless you. I wish you success."

Stories about people quitting the CCP

Ms. He from Daelim City was a volunteer at the Service Center. She said that one night in 2006 she was playing the video Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party at the Service Center. A man came in and told her he was a police officer from Shenyang and would arrest and shoot her if they were in China. She calmed him down and invited him to watch the video. He watched that night and several nights after. The fourth night he told her that he wanted to quit the CCP and all of its affiliations right away. Since then, the man often stops by the Service Center to read more about it.

In the summer of 2008, Ms. He told a couple why they should quit the CCP and that they would be truly blessed if they chose to stand on the side of justice. The couple quit the CCP immediately and called their son in China to tell him that they had quit the CCP for him.

"One time a man quietly told me that he had just come from China and that he and his relatives would like to quit the CCP with their real names. The man gave me a list with a dozen people's names neatly written on it, clearly stating which organization of the CCP they wanted to quit," said Ms. He.

Last winter a representative of the People's Congress went by the Service Center. The representative agreed to quit the CCP after listening to the facts. Before he left, he bowed to the volunteers and told them what they were doing was extraordinary: "The CCP is still persecuting Falun Gong practitioners aggressively, and there are a lot of Chinese secret agents in Korea. Please be safe."