Chinese human rights activist Harry Wu spoke on "Behind Prison Walls.”  Released in 1979 after 19 years in 12 Chinese labor camps, Wu, a naturalized United States citizen, was arrested as a spy and jailed in July 1995, after he attempted to enter the People’s Republic.  Convicted in late August on charges of espionage and sentenced to 15 years’ imprisonment, Wu was immediately expelled from the country “as punishment.”     The New York Times

 Of the Chinese government, Wu told students, “they’re afraid of me, but I’m not afraid of them... I have the truth on my side.” His lecture was a part of Multicultural Awareness Week.   The Miscellany News