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What my Chinese brethren don’t have!

By , journalist

Few days ago as we opened our eyes after meditation on the Pondicherry beach, we saw a Mongolian face sitting right besides smiling at us. My friend asked her, “Are you a Chinese?” And she replied, “Yes!” My friend immediately took a Falun Gong leaflet in Chinese and went to her to get the correct pronunciation of ‘Zhen-Shan-Ren’ (Truthfulness, Compassion and Tolerance) - the principles on which Falun Gong teachings are based. As we tried to lip sync with her and correct our different oriental and Russian tongues she every time said, “Right! Right” And we every time said, “No! No!” Early morning breeze was ruffling her long silky hair and her smile was radiating, she said, “Oh it is so beautiful here!”

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