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Sima Nan (Chinese: 司马南; born 22 June 1956), real name Yu Li (Chinese: 于力), is a television pundit, social commentator, and journalist from the People's Republic of China. In the early 21st century, he is well known for his staunch support of Chinese Communist Party values and nationalistic, anti-American and anti-universal value sentiments. In the late 1990s, he was mostly known for his criticism of pseudoscience and supernatural phenomena, especially his opposition to what he called qigong-related fraud.

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  • Sima Nan (Chinese: 司马南; born 22 June 1956), real name Yu Li (Chinese: 于力), is a television pundit, social commentator, and journalist from the People's Republic of China. In the early 21st century, he is well known for his staunch support of Chinese Communist Party values and nationalistic, anti-American and anti-universal value sentiments. In the late 1990s, he was mostly known for his criticism of pseudoscience and supernatural phenomena, especially his opposition to what he called qigong-related fraud.
  • Sima Nan (Chinese: 司马南; born 22 June 1956), real name Yu Li (Chinese: 于力), is a Chinese television pundit, social commentator, and journalist. In the early 21st century, he is well known for his staunch support of Chinese Communist Party stances and nationalistic, anti-American sentiments. In the late 1990s, he was mostly known for his criticism of pseudoscience and supernatural phenomena, especially his opposition to what he called qigong-related fraud.
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  • Sima Nan (Chinese: 司马南; born 22 June 1956), real name Yu Li (Chinese: 于力), is a television pundit, social commentator, and journalist from the People's Republic of China. In the early 21st century, he is well known for his staunch support of Chinese Communist Party values and nationalistic, anti-American and anti-universal value sentiments. In the late 1990s, he was mostly known for his criticism of pseudoscience and supernatural phenomena, especially his opposition to what he called qigong-related fraud.
  • Sima Nan (Chinese: 司马南; born 22 June 1956), real name Yu Li (Chinese: 于力), is a Chinese television pundit, social commentator, and journalist. In the early 21st century, he is well known for his staunch support of Chinese Communist Party stances and nationalistic, anti-American sentiments. In the late 1990s, he was mostly known for his criticism of pseudoscience and supernatural phenomena, especially his opposition to what he called qigong-related fraud.
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