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My China, My Tibet: Caught in the Middle, Called a Traitor

Date: April 20, 2008
Author: Grace Wang
QUOTE: I understand why people are so emotional and angry; the events in Tibet have been tragic. But this crucifying of me is unacceptable...I haven't shriveled up and slunk away. Instead, I've responded by publicizing this shameful incident, both to protect my parents and to get people to reflect on their behavior. I'm no longer afraid, and I'm determined to exercise my right to free speech.

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