John Kamm Remembers (JKR) is a collection of stories about Dui Hua founder John Kamm’s journey navigating US-China relations since China re-established a relationship with the United States in 1972, and his mission to promote human rights by fostering well-informed, mutually respectful dialogue. Read the stories in the order they were published, or use the keywords below to search JKRs by time period, subject matter, or theme.

Period 1: 1972-1989 | Period 2: 1989-1999 | Period 3: 2000-present

Political Prisoners | Religious Prisoners | Women in PrisonJuvenile Justice | Death Penalty

CECC/Congress | International View | Media | MFN | UN & International Bodies | US-China Relations | Trade

Clemency | Endangering State Security/Counterrevolution | Expert Exchanges | June 4 | Open Source Research | Prison Visit | Prisoner Lists | Tibet