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Unsafe daily life

Ordinary Chinese suffer from unsafe life in many aspects:

Ordinary Chinese often have a risk to eat toxic food, polluted water and environmental disasters.

Continuous tragedies:  Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), Aids blood transfusion, coal-mining disasters

The CCP is carrying out Clean-up for Beijing Olympics. See the footage. Beijing's black jails on the VEOH TV

Children abducted and enslaved, you can read Who Can Save Our Children? on the China Digital Time

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