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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Chen Guangcheng. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Chen Guangcheng, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Chen Guangcheng. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Chen Guangcheng, often where they are interviewed.

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RNC 2020 - Chen Guangcheng

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Aug 27 2020 · 2mins
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Thursday - RNC Convention, Chen Guangcheng, Madison Cawthorn, Clarence Henderson, Kellyanne Conway, Mike Pence, Kenosha, Jacob Blake, Hurricane Laura, NBA, Lebron, China, Military, and British Forces

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Aug 27 2020 · 2mins

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Popcorn Moment – RNC Day Three Highlights Chinese legal activist Chen Guangcheng

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Aug 27 2020 · 6mins
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El controvertido apoyo a Trump del famoso disidente Chen Guangcheng, que huyó de China con la mediación de Hillary Clinton

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El abogado autodidacta pronunció este miércoles un breve pero firme discurso contra el Partido Comunista de China y a favor de Donald Trump en la Convención Nacional Republicana. Pero, ¿cómo huyó de China?
Aug 27 2020 · 22mins

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Chen Guangcheng: «il Partito Comunista Cinese (PCC) è il più grande e più pericoloso virus al mondo»

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Chen Guangcheng, attivista e avvocato per i diritti umani cinese, in una conferenza online all’Università Cattolica dell’America, ha dichiarato che «il Partito comunista cinese (PCC) è il più grande e più pericoloso virus al mondo» (AsiaNews, 27 aprile 2020).

Nel 2012, Chen è stato accolto negli Stati Uniti come profugo. A seguito delle sue denunce riguardo diverse violazioni dei diritti umani in Cina, ha subito anni di persecuzioni e di carcere. Tra i reati da lui segnalati spicca la politica del figlio unico, gli aborti e le sterilizzazioni forzati. Per l’attivista cieco il PCC è una minaccia per tutta l’umanità e ha esortato i governi a prestare attenzione e a non seguire il modello cinese: esso nasconde e manipola le informazioni per mantenere e rafforzare il suo potere, senza nessuna considerazione per le vite umane. In Cina è consueto opprimere chiunque osi denunciare la verità su ciò che accade.

Il regime dittatoriale, secondo Chen, ha infatti taciuto sulla diffusione del virus. Inoltre ha manipolato le cifre dell’epidemia e delle morti, violando i diritti umani dei suoi cittadini. Secondo Asia News, ha raccontato che «famiglie intere sono state trovate morte nel loro appartamento, perché non potevano uscire».

Il PCC ha ordinato a tutti i cittadini di ritornare al lavoro: una strategia per mostrare al mondo esterno di avere l’epidemia sotto controllo. Tuttavia, alcune regioni sono ancora completamente isolate. «Il riemergere del virus è direttamente collegato al fatto che il PCC nasconde la verità e schiaccia le persone che cercano di condividere le informazioni».

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May 11 2020 · 2mins
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Chen Guangcheng: Civil Rights in China

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Chen Guangcheng is a blind Chinese civil rights activist, known internationally as “the barefoot lawyer.” Blind since infancy, illiterate until his late teens, he taught himself law and became a fierce advocate for his country’s voiceless poor. For his trouble, he spent more than four years in prison on charges of “disturbing public order” and was then held under strict house arrest in his heavily guarded home in Shandong province from 2010 to 2012. In a daring escape that captured worldwide headlines, he fled to the U.S. embassy in Beijing. After high-level negotiations between the U.S. and China, Mr. Chen was allowed to leave for America. Since 2013, he has been a senior research fellow at Catholic University of America, the Witherspoon Institute, and the Lantos Foundation.

Chen has written a riveting memoir and a revealing portrait of modern China, titled The Barefoot Lawyer: A Blind Man’s Fight for Justice and Freedom in China. The Atlantic Monthly said, “This exceptional book will join the ranks of classic accounts of individual bravery, principle, and vision in the face of cruelty and repression. Chen Guangcheng is known around the world for the daring of his escape from captivity; as The Barefoot Lawyer makes clear, his journey and the accomplishments before that were at least as remarkable. Anyone who wants to understand the struggle for China’s future, being waged inside that country and by friends of China around the world, will want to read this book.”

Jun 03 2019 · 1hr 4mins
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Chen Guangcheng and Christian Bale - S1, Ep1

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Actor Christian Bale tells the remarkable story of his friend Chen Guangcheng, a blind self-taught lawyer who took on the Chinese government’s one-child policy and stood up for women being forced into having late-term abortions and forced sterilisations. Guangcheng risked everything to stand up for what he believed in and paid the price. Christian Bale recalls being attacked during his own dramatic attempt to visit Guangcheng under house arrest in China. In Their Own Words is a podcast from Amnesty International, where people around the world tell their extraordinary stories of fighting for their rights. Subscribe now and don’t miss an episode.  

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Jan 22 2016 · 37mins
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Chen Guangcheng at Edinburgh International Book Festival (edbookfest)

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As Hillary Clinton campaigns for the US presidential nomination, she will perhaps not be helped by the testimony of Chen Guangcheng, the Chinese dissident who escaped house arrest in Dongshigu and sought refuge in the US Embassy in 2012. Chen’s memoir, The Barefoot Lawyer, reveals his view of the flawed diplomacy between Clinton and the Chinese government, and details his work with Chinese women who suffered abuse under the One Child policy. He discusses his campaigning and his memoir with audiences at Edinburgh International Book Festival and you can hear it here.
Sep 23 2015 · 50mins