Published on 1 Apr 2012 by NTDTV

From the award-winning director of "Tibet: Beyond Fear", Free China -- The Courage to Believe examines widespread human rights violations in China through the remarkable stories of Jennifer Zeng, a mother and former Communist Party member and Dr. Charles Lee, a Chinese American businessman, who along with hundreds of thousands of peaceful citizens are imprisoned, tortured and subjected to slave labor for their spiritual beliefs.

When the number of practitioners estimated exceeded the Communist Party membership, more than 70 million strong, the government initiated a brutal crackdown that continues to this day. Jennifer, Charles and hundreds of thousands of practitioners were arrested, tortured and forced into prison/slave labor, making products for export to the West.

As tens of millions of Chinese citizens renounce various organizations associated with the Chinese Communist Party and the Chinese regime escalates a crackdown on freedom activists, this timely documentary film provides new information that connects China's widespread human rights violations with systemic unfair trade practices and state-sanctioned organ harvesting for profit. The film also highlights how Internet technologies and a re-emergence of traditional Chinese culture and spirituality are bringing about a new China.

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