China

Dan Bammes

  Activists who want to stop the use of organs taken from executed prisoners in China held a forum at the University of Utah Friday.

Doctor Damon Noto is a pain specialist from New Jersey.  He’s a member of the group Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting, and he’s one of the speakers at a forum sponsored by the Hinckley Institute of Politics.

Terry Gildea

Dr. Lobsang Sangay is the Prime Minister of Tibet, but he oversees his country from India as an exile while China continues its Tibetan occupation.  He landed in Salt Lake City on Tuesday and spoke at the University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law.  In the evening the Utah Tibetan Association and Zions Bank hosted a reception for him in downtown Salt Lake.  KUER’s Terry Gildea caught up with Dr. Sangay at the Grand America Hotel to ask him about his role as an exiled leader and about his relationship with Utah’s Tibetan Community.  

New Dynamics in U.S. - China Relations

Quansheng Zhao, Professor of lnternational Relations & Director of the Center for Asian Studies, American University.

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