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Send health columnist on 'open-ended sabbatical'

To the editor: I would add the word pretentious. Reading Wong's column is like eating blotting paper, so I don't do it any more. Come on now, the Courier must be able to afford a better writer than Wong. Thelma Dickman, Vancouver

Falun Gong teaches truth and other good things

To the editor: Re: "Letter of the Week," July 1. Courier letter writer Paul Richards' bad experience with the Jehovah Witnesses has nothing to do with the Falun Gong philosophy.

Falun Gong teaches truth and other good things

To the editor: The greatest enemy of knowledge is not even ignorance but it is the illusion of knowledge that creates misunderstanding among people like namecalling, defamation and the persecution of Falun Gong.

Falun Gong teaches truth and other good things

To the editor: I have been a Falun Gong practitioner for 12 years and have healed life-long issues with family members through its teaching of responsibility and universal respect and kindness.

Letter of the week

To the editor: Re: "Cash or grass... nobody plays for free," July 6. Really folks, don't you have anything more important to do this summer than complain about uncut park grass! As usual Sandra Thomas has missed the point or told a very bad joke.

Falun Gong teaches truth and other good things

To the editor: I'm not Chinese, I'm Canadian and I can say that the founder is a good person, I've personally seen him several times. Paul Richards is spreading pretty harsh misinformation about the founder and his teachings.

Be a partner, not an opponent

Working together towards shared happiness is key

Vancouver is not green enough

The city's green initiatives are a good start, but fall short of what's needed
Reader Soapbox: The legacy of my Dad

Reader Soapbox: The legacy of my Dad

Why I didn't quit my job

A lot has been made in the past week about an essay written by former CTV broadcast reporter Kai Nagata in which he explains why he quit his job.