Citizen Journalism


Memoirs of a veteran journalist from Hong Kong who was imprisoned for nearly three years (2005-2008) by PRC authorities on trumped up charges of being a spy. “In My 1000 Days’ Ordeal, Ching Cheong records all of his experiences in prison, exposing the darkness of the current system in China. In addition, he has described the entire gamut of inner emotions, the transformation of his state of mind, and the evolution of his thinking, which came from profound introspection and continuous self-analysis. This helps us understand not only how an autocratic regime ravages human nature, but also how fragile human nature is, and how tough.”— Hu Ping, editor, Beijing Spring

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