A conversation about the torture, hard labor and other abuses that are still part of China’s labor camp system. Harry Wu spent 19 years in the “Laogai” (reform through labor) system and has dedicated much of his life to exposing the abuses that characterize the prisons.

Guests

  • Harry Wu Former prisoner in China and executive director of the Laogai Research Foundation
  • Jerry Fiedler Director (member of board of dir.), Laogai Research Foundation
  • Mike Jendrzejczyk Washington director for the Asia division of Human Rights Watch

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