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Person of The Week (Ge Xun) #126236

ABC Evening News for Friday, Dec 14, 1990
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Ge Xun, Chinese student in United States who has returned to China to try to help his friend Wang Juntao, who is to be tried for his role in last year's pro-democracy demonstration, profiled; scenes shown from Beijing airport of his brother-in-law trying to keep him from talking to the press and from last year's protests in Tiananmen Square. [GE Xun - says his friend Wang is innocent.] Ge Xun shown walking the streets of Beijing trying to find his friend's trial. [Asia Watch Timothy GULATT - says in China, you are often guilty until proven guilty.] Ge Xun's education and marriage at Texas A&M University reviewed; photos shown. [WIFE - comments.] [GE Xun - says he is just an ordinary man, not a dissident.]

Reporter(s):
Jennings, Peter
Duration:
00:05:00

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