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Bizarre press event leads to many articles carrying harmful propaganda against Falun Gong NEW YORK, Jan.
Just two weeks after video of Chinese police allegedly beating Tibetan monks was posted on the Internet, China issued fresh rules on Thursday to crack down on what it called â€œharmfulâ€ political or religious content.
The following editorial appeared in the Miami Herald on Thursday, Aug. 21: China's leaders would have the world believe that the country is just one big happy place where none of the 1.3 billion citizens ever complains and everyone is content to do as they're told.
China's leaders would have the world believe that the country is just one big happy place where none of the 1.3 billion citizens ever complains. The reality is altogether different, and only the heavy hand of repression has kept the real picture from emerging.
By Niraj Warikoo, Detroit Free Press Aug. 4--Growing up in a small village in central China that lacked a sewer system, Kevin Yan never imagined that his country would transform into an economic power.
DETROIT _ Growing up in a small village in central China that lacked a sewer system, Kevin Yan never imagined that his country would transform into an economic power. Like millions of other Chinese emigrants, he saw a better future for himself outside his native land.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - A respected Canadian human rights lawyer and a former Canadian cabinet member lent their weight on Thursday to charges that China has been killing Falun Gong dissidents so it can use their organs.
By Chris Buckley BEIJING (Reuters) - China condemned the Falun Gong spiritual group as an "anti-China political group" on Tuesday but spared Washington criticism over a heckler from the movement who disrupted Chinese President Hu Jintao's White House appearance.
By Paul Eckert, Asia Correspondent WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A heckler from the Falun Gong spiritual movement, who entered White House grounds as a reporter, interrupted a formal arrival ceremony for Chinese President Hu Jintao on Thursday, prompting President George W.
By Paul Eckert, Asia Correspondent WASHINGTON (Re
- The horn of a unicorn considered as a medical or pharmacological ingredient.
- A winged horse with a single horn on its head; a winged unicorn.