China: Religion Expelled from the “Secret Room” and Other Offline Games

Since religious policies forbid any religious discourse outside the authorized places of worship, this means that no allusions to religion is allowed in the scripts. Xie jiao means those religious movements banned by the government as “heterodox teachings” (sometimes less correctly translated as “evil cults”). And “superstition” is a broad concept. Taken literally, it may mean that most scripts about mysteries of past eras, which include spells, magic, and supernatural powers should be eliminated.

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UN Whistleblower Fired For Sounding Alarm on Controversy Surrounding Chinese Dissidents

“The international community can no longer turn a blind eye to Beijing’s egregious abuse. No whistleblower should be fired for exposing how the U.N. is aiding Communist China’s exploitation and abuse of Muslim Uyghurs. Earlier this year, I introduced the United Nations Transparency and Accountability Act to strengthen America’s leadership in the United Nations system and expose the CCP for their crimes.”

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Brussels: Calls Mount for Boycott of 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics

Referring to the 2008 Beijing Olympics, which was boycotted by senior EU officials, he stated: “I would like to see a political boycott of the Winter Olympics, which take place in Beijing between the 4th and 20th February 2022, and I believe that would draw the attention of world opinion to the persecution of these minorities, in particular the crime of Genocide against the Uyghurs, Tibetans, Falun Gong, and others within China.”

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The 36 Who Dared: Fighting for Freedom in the Heart of Red China

As the police descended, Dolnyckyj pulled out from his pants leg another yellow makeshift banner he converted from a pillowcase. He had practiced this move in the hotel. While holding this banner, he shouted at the top of his lungs “Falun Dafa is good.”
When the police finally seized him, one of them punched him squarely between his two eyes, causing a bone fracture. Blood trickled down his nose. He felt a sharp pain and his eyes welled up with tears.

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China: Religion Expelled from the “Secret Room” and Other Offline Games

Since religious policies forbid any religious discourse outside the authorized places of worship, this means that no allusions to religion is allowed in the scripts. Xie jiao means those religious movements banned by the government as “heterodox teachings” (sometimes less correctly translated as “evil cults”). And “superstition” is a broad concept. Taken literally, it may mean that most scripts about mysteries of past eras, which include spells, magic, and supernatural powers should be eliminated.

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People Quit the Chinese Communist Party When they Meet a Good Person

I then told him the facts, he listened attentively and nodded in agreement from time to time. He said, “This is the first time I’ve heard this. Everything you said makes sense. I now understand that Falun Dafa teaches people to be good. It is the most righteous; the CCP does bad things for China and leads people to destruction.”

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UN Whistleblower Fired For Sounding Alarm on Controversy Surrounding Chinese Dissidents

“The international community can no longer turn a blind eye to Beijing’s egregious abuse. No whistleblower should be fired for exposing how the U.N. is aiding Communist China’s exploitation and abuse of Muslim Uyghurs. Earlier this year, I introduced the United Nations Transparency and Accountability Act to strengthen America’s leadership in the United Nations system and expose the CCP for their crimes.”

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Brussels: Calls Mount for Boycott of 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics

Referring to the 2008 Beijing Olympics, which was boycotted by senior EU officials, he stated: “I would like to see a political boycott of the Winter Olympics, which take place in Beijing between the 4th and 20th February 2022, and I believe that would draw the attention of world opinion to the persecution of these minorities, in particular the crime of Genocide against the Uyghurs, Tibetans, Falun Gong, and others within China.”

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