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The persecution of Falun Gong remains a serious and unresolved issue in China. Falun Gong practitioners do not have freedom of religion and do not have basic human rights, while being subjected to a brutal persecution.
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Internationally, the 2010 Shanghai World Expo was a major tourism and branding draw card for its host city. Domestically, the Expo constituted a major source of national pride and a key vehicle for the promotion of official messages reinforcing traditional state propaganda themes. 171 more words
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An unflattering exposé of People’s Daily, the flagship propaganda newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), published by a former employee, states that the newspaper’s mission is to promote and safeguard the Party’s interests and image and that it manipulates news.
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Many analysts also point to a more sinister source of prisoner organs: those that come from executed prisoners of conscience, who are not formally sentenced to death through the courts for any crime, but who are held in arbitrary detention, blood-tested, and killed for their organs as required.
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He explained, “In Germany, a police officer would be punished if he used excessive force against a person. It is quite different from China. When we do something, we are first restricted by our conscience.