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RIGHTS HONGKONG FALUNGONG
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April 17, 2001
Falun Gong followers practise qigong or meditational exercise at Hong Kong's business central district...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
FALUN GONG FOLLOWERS PRACTISE MEDITATIONAL EXERCISE IN HONG KONG.
Falun Gong followers practise qigong or meditational exercise at Hong Kong's business central district April 17, 2001, as a gesture to pay tribute to followers they claim were beaten or tortured to death by Chinese government. Dozens of Falun Gong practitioners staged a peaceful demonstration at two locations in the territory on Tuesday, ahead of a United Nations vote on China's human rights record.

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RIGHTS CHINA RELIGION
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February 27, 2001
A Chinese cyclist passes by an anti-falun Gong slogan at a "Hutong", or alleyway, in Beijing February...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
A CHINESE CYCLIST PASSES BY AN ANTI-FALUN GONG SLOGAN IN BEIJNG.
A Chinese cyclist passes by an anti-falun Gong slogan at a "Hutong", or alleyway, in Beijing February 27, 2001. China, defending its crackdown on the outlawed Falun Gong spiritual movement from intensifying fire from the United States and the United Nations, compared its campaign on Tuesday with a war against drug addiction. "The Falun Gong cult is the same as a spiritual drug," Liu Jing, head of a new cabinet anti-cult office, told a news conference. The Chinese characters on the backboard read "Falun Gong cult".

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FALUN GONG
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February 25, 2001
Followers of the Falun Gong movement go through their routine under a banner promoting their Thai website...
Bangkok, Thailand
Followers of the Falun Gong movement go through their routine under a banner promoting their Thai we.....
Followers of the Falun Gong movement go through their routine under a banner promoting their Thai website in a Bangkok park February 25, 2001. Thailand's Falungong movement will not postpone a scheduled gathering of up to 500 members in Bangkok in April despite increasing local and international pressure against the meeting. The controversial group has been outlawed in China, being branded an evil sect by authorities there.
THAILAND FALUNGONG
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February 25, 2001
Followers of the Falun Gong movement go through their early morning ritual in a Bangkok park February...
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of
FALUN GONG MEMBERS PRACTICE IN A BANGKOK PARK.
Followers of the Falun Gong movement go through their early morning ritual in a Bangkok park February 25, 2001. Thailand's Falun Gong movement will not postpone a scheduled gathering of up to 500 members in Bangkok in April despite increasing local and international pressure against the meeting. The controversial group has been outlawed in China, being branded an evil sect by authorities there.

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THAILAND FALUNGONG
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February 25, 2001
Followers of the Falun Gong movement go through their routine under a banner promoting their Thai website...
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of
FALUN GONG MEMBERS PRACTICE IN A BANGKOK PARK.
Followers of the Falun Gong movement go through their routine under a banner promoting their Thai website in a Bangkok park February 25, 2001. Thailand's Falungong movement will not postpone a scheduled gathering of up to 500 members in Bangkok in April despite increasing local and international pressure against the meeting. The controversial group has been outlawed in China, being branded an evil sect by authorities there.

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THAILAND FALUNGONG
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February 25, 2001
A 79-year-old Thai follower of the Falun Gong movement meditates in a Bangkok park February 25, 2001...
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of
FALUN GONG MEMBER PRAYS IN A BANGKOK PARK.
A 79-year-old Thai follower of the Falun Gong movement meditates in a Bangkok park February 25, 2001 in this picture taken with a zoom lens and slow shutter speed. Thailand's Falun Gong movement will not postpone a scheduled gathering of up to 500 members in Bangkok in April despite increasing local and international pressure against the meeting. The controversial group has been outlawed in China, being branded an evil sect by authorities there.

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RELIGION CHINA FALUNGONG
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February 17, 2001
Chinese police keep watch on passengers arriving at a train station in Beijing February 17, 2001 after...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
CHINESE POLICE KEEP WATCH ON PASSENGERS ARRIVING AT A TRAIN STATION IN BEIJING.
Chinese police keep watch on passengers arriving at a train station in Beijing February 17, 2001 after an alleged member of the banned spiritual movement Falun Gong set himself on fire shortly after his arrival in Beijing on Friday. Tan Yihui, a 25-year-old shoe-polisher from the central province of Hunan, died after setting himself alight in western Beijing.

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CHINA
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January 31, 2001
A Chinese man reads a newspaper in Beijing January 31,2001 headlining about five Falungong members who...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
CHINESE MAN READS A NEWSPAPER ABOUT FIVE FALUNGONG MEMBERS WHO SET FIRE TO THEMSELVES IN TIANANMEN SQUARE....
A Chinese man reads a newspaper in Beijing January 31,2001 headlining about five Falungong members who set fire to themselves in Tiananmen Square on January 23. Hoping to lend validity to its crackdown on the Falun Gong spiritual movement, China on Tuesday portrayed the five who set themselves on fire as obsessive sect members.

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CANADA FALUNGONG
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January 19, 2001
KunLan Zhang, a professor who was recently released after being tortured and imprisoned by the Chinese...
Montreal, Canada
FALUN GONG MEMBER SPEAKS OUT DURING MONTREAL PRESS CONFERENCE.
KunLan Zhang, a professor who was recently released after being tortured and imprisoned by the Chinese government for membership in a spiritual movement called Falun Gong, speaks out during a press conference in Montreal on Friday, January 19, 2001 while his lawyer Irwin Cotler looks on.

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CANADA FALUNGONG
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January 19, 2001
Professor KunLan Zhang, recently released after being tortured and imprisoned for membership in a spiritual...
Montreal, Canada
FALUN GONG MEMBER RECALLS MOMENTS OF TORTURE IN PRISON CAMPS.
Professor KunLan Zhang, recently released after being tortured and imprisoned for membership in a spiritual movement called Falun Gong, recalls moments of torture in the labor camps in China. KunLan Zhang thanked Canadians who signed petitions and wrote letters for his release during a press conference in Montreal on Friday, January 19, 2001.

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CANADA FALUNGONG
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January 19, 2001
Professor KunLan Zhang, (L) recently released after being tortured and imprisoned for membership in a...
Montreal, Canada
FALUN GONG MEMBER GLANCES AT TRANSLATOR DURING PRESS CONFERENCE.
Professor KunLan Zhang, (L) recently released after being tortured and imprisoned for membership in a spiritual movement called Falun Gong, glances at his translator as he thanked Canadians who wrote letters and signed petitions for his release from a Chinese labor camp during a press conference in Montreal on Friday, January 19, 2001.

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SINGAPORE FALUNGONG
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January 09, 2001
A democratic activist demonstrating against the arrest of Falun Gong members in Singapore tears a Singapore...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
A PROTESTER TEARS A SINGAPORE FLAG IN HONG KONG.
A democratic activist demonstrating against the arrest of Falun Gong members in Singapore tears a Singapore national flag outside the Singapore consulate in Hong Kong January 9, 2001. Fifteen followers of the Falun Gong spiritual movement have been charged in a Singapore court with obstructing police and illegal assembly for holding a vigil on January 1 commemorating members who said to have died in Chinese jails.

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RELIGION CHINA TAIWAN
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April 25, 2000
Taiwan adherents of the Falungong spiritual movement practise in Taipei April 25, the first anniversary...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWAN ADHERENTS OF THE FALUNGONG SPIRITUAL MOVEMENT IN TAIPEI.
Taiwan adherents of the Falungong spiritual movement practise in Taipei April 25, the first anniversary of a 10,000-strong protest outside Beijing's Zhongnanhai leadership compound that shocked the atheist Communist Party. China has banned Falungong - a combination of Buddhism, Taoism and breathing exercises - as an evil cult.

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RELIGION CHINA TAIWAN
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April 25, 2000
Taiwan adherents of the Falungong spiritual movement in Taipei April 25, the first anniversary of a 10,000-strong...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWAN ADHERENTS OF THE FALUNGONG SPIRITUAL MOVEMENT IN TAIPEI.
Taiwan adherents of the Falungong spiritual movement in Taipei April 25, the first anniversary of a 10,000-strong protest outside Beijing's Zhongnanhai leadership compound that shocked the atheist Communist Party. China has banned Falungong - a combination of Buddhism, Taoism and breathing exercises - as an evil cult.

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RELIGION CHINA TAIWAN
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April 25, 2000
Taiwan adherents of the Falungong spiritual movement practise in Taipei April 25, the first anniversary...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWAN ADHERENTS OF THE FALUNGONG SPIRITUAL MOVEMENT IN TAIPEI.
Taiwan adherents of the Falungong spiritual movement practise in Taipei April 25, the first anniversary of a 10,000-strong protest outside Beijing's Zhongnanhai leadership compound that shocked the atheist Communist Party. China has banned Falungong - a combination of Buddhism, Taoism and breathing exercises - as an evil cult.

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RELIGION CHINA TAIWAN
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April 24, 2000
Taiwan adherents of the Falungong spiritual movement practise in Taipei April 24, the eve of the first...
Taipei, Taiwan
TAIWAN ADHERENTS OF THE FALUNGONG SPIRITUAL MOVEMENT IN TAIPEI.
Taiwan adherents of the Falungong spiritual movement practise in Taipei April 24, the eve of the first anniversary of a 10,000-strong protest outside Beijing's Zhongnanhai leadership compound that shocked the Communist Party. China has banned Falungong - a combination of Buddhism, Taoism and breathing exercises - as an evil cult.

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HONGKONG FALUNGONG
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December 12, 1999
A Falun Gong member, holding her sleeping daughter, cries as she listens to a speech regarding mainland...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
FALUN GONG MEMBER WEEPS AT CONFERENCE IN HONG KONG.
A Falun Gong member, holding her sleeping daughter, cries as she listens to a speech regarding mainland Chinese members detained by the Chinese government during a conference meeting at Hong Kong's Convention and Exhibition Center December 12. Around 600 local and overseas members of the sect, which is banned on the mainland, are attending a high-profile conference on Sunday in the territory, the first such gathering since mainland China authorities outlawed the sect in July and labelled it an "evil cult".

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HONGKONG FALUNGONG
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December 12, 1999
Falun Gong members weep as they listen to a speech concerning mainland Chinese members who have been...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
FALUN GONG MEMBERS WEEP AT CONFERENCE IN HONG KONG.
Falun Gong members weep as they listen to a speech concerning mainland Chinese members who have been detained by the Chinese government during a conference meeting at Hong Kong's Convention and Exhibition Center December 12. Around 600 local and overseas members of the sect, which is banned on the Chinese mainland, attended the high-profile conference on Sunday in the territory, the first such gathering since mainland authorities outlawed the sect in July and labelled it an "evil cult".

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HONGKONG FALUNGONG
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December 12, 1999
A Buddhist nun, also a Falun Gong follower, gestures in front of a portrait of founder Li Hongzhi as...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
FALUN GONG MEMBER DELIVERS SPEECH AT CONFERENCE IN HONG KONG.
A Buddhist nun, also a Falun Gong follower, gestures in front of a portrait of founder Li Hongzhi as she delivers a speech during a conference meeting at Hong Kong's Convention and Exhibition Center December 12. Around 600 local and overseas members of the sect, banned in mainland China, are attending a high-profile conference on Sunday in the territory, the first such gathering since mainland authorities outlawed the sect in July and labelled it an "evil cult".

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HONGKONG FALUNGONG
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December 11, 1999
Two followers and a girl of China's banned Falun Gong spiritual movement lead a quiet protest march in...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
FALUN GONG FROM AROUND THE WORLD STAGE A PROTEST MARCH IN HONG KONG.
Two followers and a girl of China's banned Falun Gong spiritual movement lead a quiet protest march in Hong Kong December 11, where the movement is legal, to show China there is nothing to fear from them. Practitioners travelled to Hong Kong from all over the world, including from the United States, Australia, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Japan, Ireland, New Zealand and Indonesia. Organisers said over 600 followers were present on Saturday.

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HONGKONG FALUNGONG
RTRT7T3
December 11, 1999
Yang Wei, a mainland Chinese studying in Japan, joins other hundreds of followers of China's banned Falun...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
FALUN GONG FROM AROUND THE WORLD STAGE A PROTEST MARCH IN HONG KONG.
Yang Wei, a mainland Chinese studying in Japan, joins other hundreds of followers of China's banned Falun Gong spiritual movement to participate in a quiet protest march in Hong Kong December 11, where the movement is legal, to show China there is nothing to fear from them. Practitioners travelled to Hong Kong from all over the world, including from the United States, Australia, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Japan, Ireland, New Zealand and Indonesia. Organisers said over 600 followers were present on Saturday.

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HONGKONG FALUNGONG
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December 11, 1999
Hundreds of followers of China's banned Falun Gong spiritual movement stage a quiet protest march in...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
FALUN GONG FROM AROUND THE WORLD STAGE A PROTEST MARCH IN HONG KONG.
Hundreds of followers of China's banned Falun Gong spiritual movement stage a quiet protest march in Hong Kong December 11, where the movement is legal, to show China there is nothing to fear from them. Practitioners travelled to Hong Kong from all over the world, including from the United States, Australia, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Japan, Ireland, New Zealand and Indonesia. Organisers said over 600 followers were present on Saturday.

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HONGKONG FALUNGONG
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December 11, 1999
Hundreds of followers of China's banned Falun Gong spiritual movement stage a quiet protest march in...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
FALUN GONG FROM AROUND THE WORLD STAGE A PROTEST MARCH IN HONG KONG.
Hundreds of followers of China's banned Falun Gong spiritual movement stage a quiet protest march in Hong Kong December 11, where the movement is legal, to show China there is nothing to fear from them. Practitioners travelled to Hong Kong from all over the world, including from the United States, Australia, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Japan, Ireland, New Zealand and Indonesia. Organisers said over 600 followers were present on Saturday.

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RELIGION CHINA
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July 21, 1999
Chinese police stand watch near a mural depicting China's 56 ethnic groups in central Beijing July 21....
Beijing, China
CHINESE POLICE STAND GUARD IN CENTRAL BEIJING.
Chinese police stand watch near a mural depicting China's 56 ethnic groups in central Beijing July 21. Hundreds of police threw a security blanket around China's leadership compound, Zhongnanhai on Wednesday to prevent members of a quasi-religious sect besieging it in protest against a crackdown. Police forced more than 100 pedestrians in to mini-buses and whisked them away. It was unclear if they were members of the Falungong sect, which shocked the leadership in April when more than 10,000 members staged a peaceful sit-down outside Zhongnanhai to demand official status for their faith.

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