Wei In Nyc

NPR's Mike Shuster reports that Wei Jingsheng, the man who has been described as China's most prominent dissident, appeared in public for the first time today since his release from prison over the weekend, looking surprisingly healthy given the widespread harsh conditions in Chinese jails. He wasted no time in resuming his outspoken attacks on Chinese leaders and his appeal for democratic reforms.

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