“Panda Kung Fu’s His Way Around The World”. US China Today. Published June 20, 2008. Accessed November 10, 2013. http://www.uschina.usc.edu/w_usci/showarticle.aspx?articleID=12140&AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1 Maureen Fan. “‘Kung Fu Panda’ Hit’s A Sore Spot In China”.
The Chinese Communist Party felt that Falun Gong was a waste, a menace to society, and pointless. After receiving criticism internationally they set out to rationalise themselves. So they enabled a backlash against all qigong practices, which were just meditation exercises like Falun Gong. This persecution is still going on today. The physical and mental torture that the people of Falun Gong receive by the Chinese Communist Party during their persecution is unjust and undeserved.
“The New York Times” From a Chinese Cell, a Lama’s influence Remains Undimmed. 23 Feb 2003. www.nytimes.com (28 March 2003) (23) “Amnesty International” People’s Republic of China: Amnesty International condemns execution of Tibetan, following unfair trial. 27 Jan 2003. <www.web.amnesty.org/ai.nsf/Index/ASA170082003?OpenDocument&of=Countries/C…> (23 Feb 2003). (27) Canada Tibet Committee.
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Its governing system is worrying and the trend that the nation is undertaking seems to be headed for disaster as opposed to safety (Kenny). China is proving to be a dangerous superpower because its ideologies and policies on international issues do not depict a rational superpower. A superpower has the responsibility to unite nations and promote peace because it has recognition across the world, and other nations are willing to listen to the superpower. China has depicted negativity and lack of interest in uniting the world, but instead taken actions that are bent towards war and terror across the world. In addition, it has gone against the moral expectations of all nations by supporting the countries that violate human rights.
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