(14) Chang goes
on to refute the well-known concept of zhongti
on: "What South Korea actually did during these decades was to nurture certain new industries, selected by the government in consultation with the private sector, through tariff protection, subsidies, and other forms of government support, until they 'grew up' enough to withstand international competition.
on to say that IEK's recent field investigation also shows that many Chinese people choose to measure their blood pressure, glucose level, and other health indicators at nearby community hospitals or health centers.
As Chang puts it, "Guess which religion is more popular: the one that promises a life after this one or the one that decrees that there is none?" Chang goes
on to remark that while Falun Gong is just a large sect, "tomorrow anything can happen.