More than 40 foreign Falun Gong
activists, who agitated for the banned cult and produced
uproars on Tian'anmen Square on February 14, have been given
reprimand, admonition, education and humanitarian treatment.
Sources said this activity
violated the Chinese Law on Assembles, Processions, and
Demonstrations and regulations on dealing with evil cults.
These foreigners were taken away from the square according
to the law by patrolling police.
This turmoil at the heart of the Chinese capital was aimed
to undermine the happy atmosphere of Spring Festival, the
Lunar New Year and a time for traditional Chinese family
reunions, said the government sources.
Relevant departments are looking into the case.