The Song of a Chinese Prisoner is the story of how a young man goes from being an ordinary, everyday boy to being a prisoner of war during the Cultural Revolution.
The song was written by a young boy who grew up in the city of Chongqing, a city that was once home to the city’s famed “Little China”.
The young boy went from being a normal, everyday Chinese boy to a prisoner in a concentration camp.
His name was Jun Yong and he was a boy who had been raised by the Communist Party.
He was only 15 years old at the time.
After his capture, Jun Yong was forced to become a POW for nearly two years.
He spent most of that time in a cell where he was tortured and beaten.
He wrote the song for his fellow POWs, who wanted to sing it to show their appreciation for him and his efforts.
Jun Yong was only 13 when he became a prisoner at the Chongqings “Little Beijing” concentration camp, in Liaoning province.
Jun was one of only a few children who were sent to the camp to serve in the war.
He told the BBC’s World Service that he was never treated any differently than any other prisoner.
Jun’s family was not happy when he was sent to this camp.
They had no money and were starving, so they asked the Chinese government to help them with food and medical care.
The Chinese government was keen to send Jun Yong to the People’s Liberation Army and he spent the next 10 years in the People Liberation Army.
Jun and his family lived in a camp with about 400 other POWs and a few other prisoners.
He lived in the camp with his family and was able to visit other POW families.
He never heard any good news about his family.
In 2006, when the People and Property Act was passed, the government started sending Jun Yong a lot of money.
Jun, his family, and the other prisoners were told that they could only receive about one-third of their $50 monthly stipend.
They were told they could receive $10,000 a month.
Jun received $15,000 and the rest was given to his parents.
Jun had never seen his family before, so his mother took him to a camp and introduced him to his friends.
Jun learned that some of his friends were killed and his mother gave him a letter saying that they had found his father.
Jun wrote a song to express his appreciation to his mother.
Jun wrote a beautiful song and wrote it in the language of the people and they loved it.
Jun told the CBC that the song was very meaningful and he didn’t feel guilty about writing it.
He told the documentary crew that he wanted to give thanks to his father and to the people of Chongqi.
He said he would continue to write songs and try to do something positive for the country.
Jun said that he also wanted to write a song for the prisoners in the Changzhou camp, but he was not allowed to because he was in the country illegally.
The Changzhou prisoners sang Jun’s song to make their point.
Jun wanted to make a song that the other inmates in the prison could sing to their families and friends as well as to the outside world.
He also wanted the song to be sung at the funerals of the other POW’s killed in the camps.
He also wanted people to know that his song would not have happened had the prisoners not been treated differently and they could have gone to a different camp and gotten help.
The Song of the People of China is a tribute to the lives and efforts of a man who lost his father to the war, but it is also a plea for change.
This story was produced by the CBC News Service.