The Post Herald report dated October 5, 1969, regarding the release of Anthony Grey, a British journalist for Reuters, who was imprisoned by the Chinese government for 27 months in China from 1967 to 1969. The Post Herald report dated October 5, 1969, regarding the release of Anthony Grey, a British journalist for Reuters, who was imprisoned by the Chinese government for 27 months in China from 1967 to 1969.
The Post Herald report dated October 5, 1969, regarding the release of Anthony Grey, a British journalist for Reuters, who was imprisoned by the Chinese government for 27 months in China from 1967 to 1969.

‘A political hostage’: the British journalist detained in China for 27 months in reprisal for Hong Kong’s jailing of Chinese counterpart during 1967 riots

  • Fifty years ago this month Reuters reporter Anthony Grey was freed from house arrest in Beijing, which he survived by doing yoga and reading Mao Zedong books
  • Despite his ordeal, which included a brutal assault by Red Guards, he felt no bitterness towards the Chinese and in 1988 was declared ‘an old friend of China’

Topic |   Chinese history
The Post Herald report dated October 5, 1969, regarding the release of Anthony Grey, a British journalist for Reuters, who was imprisoned by the Chinese government for 27 months in China from 1967 to 1969. The Post Herald report dated October 5, 1969, regarding the release of Anthony Grey, a British journalist for Reuters, who was imprisoned by the Chinese government for 27 months in China from 1967 to 1969.
The Post Herald report dated October 5, 1969, regarding the release of Anthony Grey, a British journalist for Reuters, who was imprisoned by the Chinese government for 27 months in China from 1967 to 1969.
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