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An Evening with WANG DAN

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Chinese Salon Presents:

An Evening with WANG DAN (王丹)

Join us for an evening of informal discussion with the famous dissident and student leader of 89’ Tiananmen Movement!

Wang Dan was one of the most visible student leaders in the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, and was first on the list of the 21 wanted “fugitives” issued after the June 4th crackdown. Repeatedly imprisoned, he now lives in exile in the USA , and has recently earned a PhD from Harvard. Thrice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, Wang is currently on the Advisory Board of Wikileaks and president of Beijing Spring, a dissident human rights magazine.

This event will be conducted in Chinese. If you require the assistance of a translator, please let us know.

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