Tin Tin Daily
FALUN GONG is a mixture of beliefs including Buddhism, Christianity and Taoism. But, in practice, these belief systems are mutually exclusive. Although some of the preaching about life and relationships is similar to Buddhism and Christianity, Li's dubious talk is harmful to young minds and those blindly craving a belief system. For those who want to join a religion, I strongly advise them to think thoroughly about that religion. It is rather dangerous to base your whole life on a flawed belief system. As for Peking's government, I urge it to allow normal religions to blossom on the mainland, so that people's desire to join a religion can be fulfilled. (Simon Chan) Hong Kong Standard
THE MAJORITY of Falun Gong practitioners who have broken away from the illegal organisation should be united and educated. Policies must be strictly observed as the nationwide fight against Falun Gong goes on. Every Chinese shoulders the responsibility to help the practitioners realise the political nature and the serious harm of Li Hongzhi and the Falun Dafa he concocted, and help them to uphold materialism against idealism, and adhere to atheism as opposed to theism. Proper handling of the Falun Gong issue will help eliminate hidden dangers, maintain stability, and push ahead the reforms.
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