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Two Former Prisoners and China's Future
(November 09 06:27) The Wall Street Journal
Hong Kong bookseller Lam Wing-kee and mainland artist Jingxiong Guo both endured arrest and now live in exile, but they disagree on the chances for democratic reform.
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