Human Rights in China
World, PoliticsAir Date 12/02/1996
Activist Harry Wu, Les Gelb of the Council on Foreign Relations, and Ambassador James Lilley on U.S.-China relations.
China; Stockard Channing; David Henry Hwang
World, Entertainment, PoliticsAir Date 12/02/1996
Dissident Harry Wu, et al. on human rights in China; Stockard Channing on "First Wives Club"; playwright David Henry Hwang.
World, SocietyAir Date 10/16/1995
Harry Wu, who spent 19 years in a forced labor camp for alleged counterrevolutionary actions, recounts his re-arrest and imprisonment.
Million Man March; Harry Wu
World, Politics, SocietyAir Date 10/16/1995
A panel discussion on Louis Farrakhan's Million Man March; former political prisoner Harry Wu recounts his ordeal.
World, SocietyAir Date 01/17/1994
Activist Harry Wu describes his 19-year imprisonment in a forced labor camp, as told in "Bitter Winds: A Memoir of My Years in China's Gulag."
Harry Wu; Daniel Barenboim; Andrew Young
Entertainment, Books, SocietyAir Date 01/17/1994
Harry Wu on his memoir, "Bitter Winds." Daniel Barenboim, fmr. conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Andrew Young, the fmr. assistant to MLK, Jr.