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Falun Gong stays connected using web
Posted by Ernest Miller on Thursday, July 05 @ 21:16:17 EDT Free Expression
Falun Gong, the Chinese spiritual movement that is being persecuted and suppressed by the People's Republic of China (see the US State Dept. Human Rights Report), is maintaining a distrbuted network of followers using modern technology, according to this article (Sect Clings to the Web in the Face of Beijing's Ban) in the New York Times (registration required).


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