Wednesday, August 22, 2012

China’s state-run news agency being used to monitor critics in Canada: reporter

“They tried to get me … to write a report for the Chinese government on the Dalai Lama using my press credentials as a way of getting access I wouldn’t otherwise have,” Mr. Bourrie, a long-time freelancer who has written for several major Canadian newspapers, said in an interview with the National Post. He alleges there are individuals within Xinhua who are acting as spies, seeking to “monitor [practitioners of the spiritual movement] Falun Gong, the Dalai Lama and any other critics of the Chinese government in Canada. That, I know for sure,” Ottawa free-lancer Mark Bourrie told the National Post about his gig with the Chinese News agency Xinhua.
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