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|Tuesday, July 17, 2001, updated at 08:15(GMT+8)|
Vice-Premier Attends Cult-Exposure ExhibitionChinese Vice Premier Li Lanqing attended the exhibition, showing the bloodcurdling incidents caused by the Falun Gong cult, Sunday evening at the Military Museum of the Chinese People's Revolution.
The three-part exhibition details cases of Falun Gong practitioners' bitter experiences, the introduction to evil cults in other countries, and how other governments deal with them, the Chinese government's steps against Falun Gong and its efforts to prevent the harmful situations that arise from people's involvement in the cult, and achievements of the country's socialist culture and ideology.
Li said the exhibition will help the Chinese people know thoroughly about the evil nature of Falun Gong and value the country's solidarity and stability.
He noted that the winning of the 2008 Olympic bid is an example of the international recognition of China's social stability, economic progress and the healthy life of the Chinese people.
"We should keep fighting against the cult which has stirred insecure elements," he said.
The exhibition was hosted by the Department of Publicity of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC), the Office for Cultural and Ideological Progress under the CPC Central Committee, ministries of Justice and Public Security and the China Association for Science and Technology.
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