(Clearwisdom.net) When I read the article "Comments on the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Response to the Sujiatun Concentration Camp" on Clearwisdom.net, I recalled a fact on how the Masanjia Forced Labor Camp deceived reporters. In March 2001, the camp authorities tensed up. Besides the routine forced labor, some detainees were designated to do sanitation work. All of the tabulations displayed in the corridor to assess Falun Gong practitioners were removed, and the entertainment facilities like volleyball, skipping rope and poker were showcased. An insider disclosed that some reporters would come after the "two conferences."

The night before March 16, selected Falun Gong practitioners were told they would be watching a movie the next morning. At around 7:00 a.m. the next day, rather than being sent to the No. 1 Women's Forced Labor Camp as usual, we were taken in a van to the Juvenile Reform School. When we stepped into the meeting room, a movie projector and a screen were already in place, but there were no operators available. In the early spring of northeastern China, it is pretty chilly, especially in a room without sunlight. We were shivering because of the cold temperature. Two hours later, the guards were also unable to endure the cold environment, so they led us out to walk in the yard, and the sick detainees were allowed to freely move around in the sunlight inside the high wall.

Then we began to realize that the so-called "watching a movie" was a lie, and was actually a plot to deceive the journalists. The old and weak detainees and the steadfast Falun Gong practitioners were chosen to "watch a movie," and the "transformed" and healthy detainees stayed behind. No one could imaging that almost half of the detainees of the Forced Labor Camp were hidden in the yard behind the high wall of the Juvenile Reform School.

We were not taken back until 5:00 p.m. in the evening. When we got back, we found that the ward was pretty spacious and clean. Our washbasins, everyday personal facilities and work tools were hidden in the storehouse. Originally, four persons shared a bunk bed but now everyone had their own single bed. The name cards on the beds were removed. And it was make to look as if six detainees shared the 20 square-meter ward which was actually designated for 32 detainees. Half of them were hidden in the Juvenile's Reform School, where the most sophisticated satellites could not detect us if the weather was not so cold.

I believe the facts disclosed above are just the tip of the iceberg, fabricated by the CCP regime.