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The defence ministry has set up an ad hoc, acting director of the ministry's Political Warfare have eased over the past more than two years, the Chinese communists have not stopped their infiltration into Taiwan," said Wang.
The Chinese communists must immediately stop persecuting Falungong," Chang Ching-hsi, economics professor at National Taiwan University and spokesman for the spiritual movement on the island, told reporters.
Within the year the monks had asked Norbu to become their new abbot - a dubious honour, as the victorious Chinese communists approached.
The Nationalist Party and the Chinese Communists form an alliance to fight the warlords.
The Tibetans portrayed here are individually ambitious, dissolute, religious (but hardly serene), or filled with hatred for the Chinese communists who've occupied their country since the 1950s.
The Chinese communists also attempted to control the personal beliefs of hundreds of millions of Chinese by, among other actions, running the largest prison system of all time and perpetrating history's greatest famine.
In a recent interview with Kyodo News, Kiyoko Hara, whose Chinese name is Yuan Chingchih, revealed for the first time that she cooperated with the Chinese communists in broadcasting their propaganda at the Japanese army during the war.
It doubled as a call to Chinese communists to do better on human rights and religious tolerance.