NTD Television

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NTD Television: Sharing Humanity, Hope and FreedomAt NTD Television, we endeavor to be the world's go-to home for witnessing and sharing the capacity of the human spirit. Every minute, in every corner of the world, there are awakening, inspiring and engaging stories depicting emotionally powerful relationships between humankind and the planet. These awe-inspiring events warm our hearts and fuel our imaginations. From the age of six to the age of 106, people are using their smartphones to chronicle and share remarkable and sometimes near-miraculous interactions. We bring to you some of the best.Alongside, we are also bringing our transparent, tried-and-tested independent news model, the values imbued in it, and classical arts and culture, to the world.NTD Television is a non-profit founded in New York City in 2001. Our founders are Chinese Americans who experienced the realities of Tiananmen Square and the ongoing persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in China, and the associated government censorship, disinformation, and propaganda campaigns. With no other sources of information, media the world over were presenting such disinformation as fact. Our founders felt duty-bound to share the truth with the world, including stories of goodness, compassion and selflessness in the face of extreme adversity. With this, NTD was born.Since then, we’ve grown into the world’s largest Chinese media company outside China—a rare independent one. And we’re not stopping here.NTD is a US 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization funded by sponsors and individual donations.

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New Tang Dynasty Television (NTD, Chinese: 新唐人電視臺) is a television broadcaster, founded by Falun Gong practitioners, based in New York City with correspondents in over 70 cities worldwide. The station was founded in 2001 as a Chinese-language broadcaster, but has since expanded its language offerings. The company retains a focus on China in its news broadcasts, and frequently covers topics that are censored in Mainland China. Its mission is to "promote uncensored information on China; to restore and promote traditional Chinese culture; and to facilitate mutual understanding between the East and West". Wikipedia

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