China's failure to reform 're-education' camps

In the early days of the People's Republic of China, labour re-education camps were set up to keep dissidents in check. Decades later, the camps are still open and have become a growing embarrassment for the government in Beijing.


Our guests today are Harry Wu, director of the Laogai Research Foundation, and Henry Morton, FRANCE 24's correspondent in Beijing.

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