China Sets up Anti-Cult Web Page E


CNN News, May 10, 2000

BEIJING XINHUA - China's top think tank, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), has established a web page to combat cults and expose their evil intentions and activities.

The web page covers six parts, such as the theories of Marxism, atheism, and materialism, analysis and exposure of the Falun Gong cult, and a general survey of cults in other countries.

Most of the content at the page, containing 540,000 Chinese words, has been written or compiled by scholars and experts with the CASS.

The research fellows at the academy already make public their up-to-date studies through their website: According to CASS sources, the monthly hits for the website have reached more than 500,000.

China has been waging a prolonged campaign against Falun Gong, an evil cult that has disturbed social stability, swindled people' s money, and resulted in many deaths among its practitioners.

The People's Daily, the leading newspaper in China, published a story Tuesday about how Falun Gong members organized subversive activities in the national capital on the eve of the last Spring Festival, along with a commentary warning not to treat Falun Gong lightly.


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