Ce este Tuidang?

Tuidang (退党) in Chinese means to “withdraw from the Party.” It is a growing movement of people in China who want freedom.

What are the Nine Commentaries?

The “Nine Commentaries” was an editorial series published in 2004. It critiques the Chinese Communist Party, arguing that it is fundamentally opposed to traditional Chinese values.

About us

The Global Service Center for Quitting Chinese Communist Party (The Tuidang Center) is a charitable organization in the United States. It coordinates the Tuidang movement that is by far, the largest grassroots movement in the world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hong Kong Tuidang Site

Tuidang Around the World

  • Paris, France Tuidang Site

    Paris, France Tuidang Site

  • Flushing, NY Tuidang Site

    Flushing, NY Tuidang Site

  • Kaohsiung, Taiwan Tuidang Site

    Kaohsiung, Taiwan Tuidang Site

  • Secret Tuidang Sites in China

    Secret Tuidang Sites in China

  • New Zealand Tuidang Site

    New Zealand Tuidang Site

  • Macao Tuidang Site

    Macao Tuidang Site

  • Rome, Italy Tuidang Site

    Rome, Italy Tuidang Site

  • Taipei, Taiwan Tuidang Site

    Taipei, Taiwan Tuidang Site

  • Tokyo, Japan Tuidang Site

    Tokyo, Japan Tuidang Site

  • London, UK Tuidang Site

    London, UK Tuidang Site

  • Sydney, Australia Tuidang Site

    Sydney, Australia Tuidang Site

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Tuidang Rally, Taipei 2008

 

 

 

 

What People Are Saying About Us

  • Lech Walesa, Former President of Poland

    “Full with hope is the fact that over 200 million people in China have united in a grassroots movement: Tuidang, renouncing communism. This movement, this history’s tsunami, as I deeply believe, nothing is able to stop anymore. No one can stop a spirit of freedom and truth.”
  • Xiong Yan, Former Student Leader

    “When I heard [about Tuidang] I was wow! That is a good idea! I really know that this is the best thing to do – to withdraw from the communist party for the Chinese society for the future…that is a wonderful movement.”
  • Gao Zhisheng, Renowned Human Rights Lawyer

    Gao Zhisheng, Renowned Human Rights Lawyer

    “This CCP has employed the most barbarous and most immoral and illegal means to torture our mothers, our wives, our children, and our brothers and sisters. It continuously persecutes and torments the conscience, character, and kindness of us, the people! From now on, Gao Zhisheng, a Party ‘member’… declares that he quits the cruel, untrustworthy, inhumane, and evil party. This is the proudest day of my life.”
  • Chen Yonglin, Former Chinese Diplomat

    Chen Yonglin, Former Chinese Diplomat

    “…the [Tuidang] movement helps Chinese people break free of the mental shackles imposed by the Party’s brainwashing and intimidation tactics, thus encouraging them to think and act independently.”
  • Edward McMillan-Scott, Former VP of the European Parliament

    Edward McMillan-Scott, Former VP of the European Parliament

    “[The] Tuidang movement has brought to the international community a renewed vision of a world without Communism through a peaceful and spiritual movement.”
  • Huang Xiaomin, Silver Medallist at the 1988 Seoul Summer Olympics

    Huang Xiaomin, Silver Medallist at the 1988 Seoul Summer Olympics

    “The Nine Commentaries on the Chinese Communist Party… made me realize the true face of the Communist party… I feel that I still need to clearly make a solemn declaration, thoroughly eliminate any poisons related to the Communist Party from deep within my inner heart and quit the evil party.”
  • Han Guangsheng, Former Chief and Party Secretary of the Shenyang City Justice Bureau

    Han Guangsheng, Former Chief and Party Secretary of the Shenyang City Justice Bureau

    “China’s future is certainly bright, because so many people have woken up and now see through the nature of the CCP and its tyranny, its autocracy, its crimes against humanity, as well as its corruption. This, coupled with the fact that people are quitting the Party daily, will enable China to eventually move toward democracy, rule of law, and a constitutional government.”
  • Hao Fengjun, Former Officer with the 610 Office

    Hao Fengjun, Former Officer with the 610 Office

    “[Tuidang] is changing China, and it will save China.
  • Yuan Sheng, Former Captain for China Eastern Airlines

    Yuan Sheng, Former Captain for China Eastern Airlines

    “[Tuidang] is not a campaign. It is an individual’s heart-felt choice not to commit wrongdoings along with the CCP. It is a salvation of one’s true nature.”

Tuidang Glimpse

  • Tuidang Brings Freedom

    Li Ming, a Chinese woman from Beijing, says she fully understands how 1.5 billion people in China are actually constantly under threat. She was imprisoned seven times and tortured in over 50 difference ways in the course of seven years (1999–2006) in China simply for doing meditation exercises in the park and for upholding her beliefs.
  • Unlocking a Profound Culture

    Zhang Peng, was a college tutor in his hometown of Hanyang City in Hunan Province, China. In his spare time he studied economics, history, and law. After passing the national lawyer’s certification test, he worked as a civil and commercial lawyer in addition to teaching. He was imprisoned and tortured for 11 years for his beliefs.
  • Triumph Over Persecution

    Once a respected and relatively privileged member of Chinese society, Hu Zhiming found himself escaping his homeland on foot, crossing the border into Thailand and eventually immigrating to the United States. He had been tortured severely for many years in various prisons to the brink of death.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Momentum Toward a New China

Monthly Tuidang Statements

Chart of the monthly number of people who have renounced the Chinese Communist Party through the online Tuidang database since 2005

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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