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(From China Post)
The political exile looks like an ordinary man. He goes to Starbucks every morning, orders a cup of latte and reads the newspaper. He goes to Eslite bookstore and Hsimenting when he has time. But he played an extraordinary role in the 1989 pro-democracy student movement in Beijing.
Wang Dan, a leader of 1989 the democracy movement, was in jail for a total of seven years after Chinese communist troops marched into the Tiananmen square to crack down on the demonstration.
"After all those years in prison, I feel like a wanderer, I'm not ready to commit," said 34-year-old Wang Dan, who is now a Ph.D. candidate in history at Harvard …