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Eleven years ago…

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I watched as Chinese citizens were herded into vans in Beijing. Most returned a few days later, many didn’t quit. The police chartered new vans and special trains. This time, many did not return. I don’t know the exact meaning of Falun Gong’s sacrifice; China’s future is unknown. But spare a moment today to think of the families who were left behind.

I’ll be speaking at Parliament today, 4pm, Committee Room 6, Committee Corridor, Palace of Westminster, MP Julian Huppert chairing.

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Written by eastofethan

July 20, 2010 at 9:02 am

Posted in China, Falun Gong

Gutmann’s seven-minute guide to the Falun Gong conflict…

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Pour a cup, light a smoke, put your feet up, relax-ay-voo, and read my recent remarks given at a recent Congressional-Executive Commission on China roundtable.


(Cool drawing of Annie Yang’s son by Illustrator: Lam)

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July 15, 2010 at 5:07 pm

My Dinner with Chinese Intelligence

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Hacker Nation

“If you are going to read one magazine article today, let it be this one.”  Tom Ricks, ForeignPolicy.com

Written by eastofethan

July 15, 2010 at 4:31 pm