(中央領導小組). A group established by CCP to focus on extremely high priority issues (regarded as existential threats to the CCP). Such groups are invariably headed by a member of the Standing Committee of the CCP Politburo.
“Deprogrammed Cultists” Compelled to Sing “Glory to the Communist Party”
Celebrations for the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party also reached the centers where members of xie jiao are “transformed”—or else.
Music, Education, and the Tai Ji Men Case: A New Study by Susan Wang-Selfridge
A paper presented at an international conference held in Warsaw in January has now been published.
Who Is Afraid of “La Famille”?
All of a sudden, French media “discovered” a new “cult.” It has been in existence for more than 200 years, and is now threatened by the government.
Karaoke in China: Religious Songs Forbidden
The CCP issues regulations on a very popular form of entertainment. It is also forbidden to sing that Taiwanese girls are sexy.