All in Media 媒體報導
If the media doesn’t pick it up, the people don’t know about it
美國著名政論節目主持人、里根時期政府官員馬克· 列文（Mark Levin）對與會者說，「我們國家需要更多曾錚這樣的人」，引起台下歡呼。
Just a coincidence? For Jennifer Zeng, there is no doubt anymore…這只是一個巧合嗎？對曾錚來說，這一切已是毫無疑義：這11萬只Nesquik的玩具兔部分出自于她的強迫勞動……
Jennifer Zeng grew up admiring the Communist Party of China and adhering to its stringent rules. But her life changed forever when she embraced religion and was swept up in a government crackdown on Falun Gong. Arrested four times as a young adult and held in as a prisoner in a labor camp, she quickly woke up to the horrors of living in a socialist state.
"I really, really enjoyed Jennifer's talk. " 「我非常喜歡曾錚的演講。」
“After the Second World War, when people heard what happened in the concentration camps, they said 'never again'. But it's happening again on such an unprecedented scale."
Jennifer Zeng, a Falun Gong activist who was imprisoned for a year in a female labour camp, gave evidence to the China Tribunal about what she said were repeated medical check-ups and blood tests to which inmates were subjected.
During Jennifer’s imprisonment, her blood was tested and her organs were scanned. She was freed from the camp after pretending to reform in 2001, and came across a news story explaining what those tests had been for.
Going into the camp was like stepping into hell. It was what we read about at school about Nazi concentration camps during the Second World War. I thought it would never happen again but now it was happening to me.
“I felt that this film was so moving and very inspirational. I’m going to share this with all my friends, family, everyone at school.”「這部電影如此動人，非常鼓舞人心。我將和我所有的朋友、家人和學校的每一個人分享。」