Day 6 | Jun 6, 2014 | 11:46

Memories from Tiananmen's 'Most Wanted'

After the crackdown at Tiananmen the Chinese government released a 'Most Wanted' list of protesters they hoped to arrest. 23-year old Chai Ling's name was on it. She escaped by fleeing to Hong Kong. Ling shares memories of her experience with Brent.

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