Thunderstorm in the Night Book Language: Simplified ChineseBook Category: Black Series 黑色文库Book Edition: PaperbackBook Price: $15.00Publisher: Laogai Research FoundationPublication Date: September, 2003Pages: 249 BooksalepageOverviewHarry Wu, author of Laogai: The Chinese Gulag (1992), Bitter Winds (1994), and Troublemaker (1996), presents his first-ever Chinese language book, an autobiography that spans his entire life, including his controversial imprisonment in 1995. According to Wu, during his 19 years in China’s Laogai, “I went through an era of cultural self-destruction, an era when humanity disappeared. This was a time when lies and rumors were regarded as truth.” Meet the Author Harry WuAlternate Name: 吴弘达Harry Wu (born 1937) is an activist for human rights in the People's Republic of China. Wu spent 19 years in Chinese labor camps, and is now a resident and citizen of the United States. In 1992, he founded the Laogai Research Foundation. Wu was born into an affluent family in Shanghai; his father was a banking official and his mother "had descended from a family of well-to-do landlords." Wu recalled: "My youth was one of peace and pleasure. Then in 1949 came the communist revolution, led by Mao. My life changed dramatically. During my teen-age years, my father lost all his properties. We had... How to OrderTo purchase any of the following books, please send an email to email@example.com with the titles of the desired books. Upon receiving your email, we will send a bill to you through PayPal. After you confirm the purchase, we will mail the books to you in 1-3 business days.