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I just watched this documentary this afternoon in Pasadena. Very touching! 👏 I highly recommend it to everyone.
When he was long time tortured, he kept encouraging himself: I am still breathing, so why I give in? He defend his belief to traditional values with his life.
Salute to hero Sun Yi, his family and all anonymous contributors.
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