Bao Pu is founder of New Century Press, a Hong Kong publishing house that specializes in insider accounts of power struggles in mainland China. He is the son of Bao Tong, the highest-ranking Chinese official to go to jail for resisting the crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Tianmen Square in 1989. Bao Pu, 47, is pictured here in Hong Kong, where he now lives, on Oct. 17, 2014.
Bao Pu is founder of New Century Press, a Hong Kong publishing house that specializes in insider accounts of power struggles in mainland China. He is the son of Bao Tong, the highest-ranking Chinese official to go to jail for resisting the crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Tianmen Square in 1989. Bao Pu, 47, is pictured here in Hong Kong, where he now lives, on Oct. 17, 2014. McClatchy
Bao Pu is founder of New Century Press, a Hong Kong publishing house that specializes in insider accounts of power struggles in mainland China. He is the son of Bao Tong, the highest-ranking Chinese official to go to jail for resisting the crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Tianmen Square in 1989. Bao Pu, 47, is pictured here in Hong Kong, where he now lives, on Oct. 17, 2014. McClatchy

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February 02, 2015 3:05 PM

Torn apart by Tiananmen, father, son still fight for free speech in China

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