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Special Reports


2008/07/11

Misleading the Masses

If you have colleagues, friends or classmates from Mainland China, there’s a chance they have told you no students died in Tiananmen Square in 1989, or perhaps that repression in Tibet is a lie cooked up by the Western journalists, and that the Dalai Lama is an insidious terrorist. And you may have reeled in awe at how otherwise intelligent people living in a land where information flows freely could be so tragically misled.

2008/07/11

Beijing Exports Repressive Agenda

An elderly man is surrounded by an angry crowd, who chant “traitor” in unison and denounce him as a political enemy. He is accused of betraying the motherland, and for his alleged crime, he is punched, strangled, and spat on in a scene of public humiliation, as communist red flags wave in the background. It’s a scene reminiscent of the Cultural Revolution that wreaked chaos in China in the 60s and 70s. Yet this scene did not take place in China, nor in decades past. This occurred just weeks ago, in one of the most diverse and progressive places in the world – New York City.

2006/02/21

Febuary 21 2006, Falun Gong News Bulletin

AP: CHINA CRITICS SAY CRACKDOWN REACHES U.S. FINANCIAL TIMES: INTERNET GIANTS GRILLED ON CHINA POLICIES FORBES: CRACKS IN THE WALL BUSINESSWEEK: OUTRUNNING CHINA’S WEB COPS WSJ: CHINESE INTERNET CENSORS FACE ‘HACKTIVISTS’ IN U.S.

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