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Chen Guangchen, Rights Lawyer; Jennifer Zeng, author of "Witnessing History: One Chinese Woman’s Fight for Freedom and Falun Gong"; Kean Wong, Producer of "Free China: The Courage to Believe" at Visual Artist Guild NYC Freedom of Speech Award Ceremony, June 1st, 2013. (Gary Du/The Epoch Times)

In early December of 2014, as one of the main characters in the award-winning documentary, “Free China: The Courage to Believe,” co-produced by New Tang Dynasty...


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