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by Li Hongzhi, as a movement of practitioners of 'Falun Gong' exercises. Became known as a public movement in China in 1992. Also referred to as Falun Gong. Practitioners deny claims that this is a religion, sect or cult.
Promote practice of 'Falun Gong', which incorporates principles of Buddhism and Taoism in conjunction with physical exercises and is considered to be a part of the Chinese tradition of spiritual and physical exercises referred to as Xulian or Qigong.Available with paid subscription only.
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