Just after the Chinese New Year, pictures emerged from Mainland China revealing that slogans about quitting the CCP had appeared in various areas. Some people in China wrote to the overseas Minghui website and described people's reactions to the spread of The Nine Commentaries on Communist Party (The Nine Commentaries) and the upsurge of resignations from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) triggered by it during the Chinese New Year.
A person from Mainland China wrote in his article to Minghui:
“A colleague asked me if I had read The Nine Commentaries . I said that I had seen it on the internet. He said he went back to his hometown for the Chinese New Year. On the morning of the New Year day, a copy of The Nine Commentaries was placed at the front door of every home. Many people swarmed to read it. People all liked it.”
“I saw a young worker discussing something with four or five elderly ladies very seriously. I passed by and heard him talking about The Nine Commentaries . He could recite the book!”
The followings are pictures taken in northeast China: